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Adult Capelet - Crochet

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Author Leila and Ben
Price $6.00
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by Cahill, Clodagh
on February 25th, 2013

“I made this for myself to wear as a shrug in hospital when having my baby and it was just right. This is my first project and I will admit I had to pull out bits and redo but I think I was just not familiar with the terminology . It looks very pretty and I think it is a good starter project that you feel is useful.”

This simple, stunning adult sized capelet is worked in a single piece from top to bottom.
The pattern gives instructions for the sizes XS/S, M/L, L/XL. The capelet is made so that there is a lot of flexibility between sizes.

Ideal for spring or fall, slip this capelet over a sleeveless dress or long sleeves for extra warmth without bulk. Perfect pattern for beginner or advanced, this capelet features a mandarin style collar and two buttons to keep it secure while still allowing arm movement. The pattern creates a dainty scalloped edge.

For this Adult Capelet you will need approx. 400 yards of medium weight acrylic yarn.

*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making an capelet. Since it is a download, you will receive this by email and it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.

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All patterns are made and designed by Leila & Ben. We work hard to create original patterns. All of our designs are copyrighted 2007-2008, all rights reserved, and are for personal use only.

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by Cahill, Clodagh
on February 25th, 2013

I made this for myself to wear as a shrug in hospital when having my baby and it was just right. This is my first project and I will admit I had to pull out bits and redo but I think I was just not familiar with the terminology . It looks very pretty and I think it is a good starter project that you feel is useful.

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