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Child Capelet - Crochet 12mth-5

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Author Leila and Ben
Price $6.00
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by Taylor, Jodi
on June 20th, 2013

“This is adorable. My daughter wears it over almost anything. Easy to lose track of which row you are on so don't forget to keep track.”

This simple, stunning capelet is worked in a single piece from top to bottom. Although one size, this versatile capelet can be made to fit 12M to 5T by moving the buttons or adding extra rows for length.

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 capelet you will need approximately 300 yards of medium weight acrylic yarn.

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by Taylor, Jodi
on June 20th, 2013

This is adorable. My daughter wears it over almost anything. Easy to lose track of which row you are on so don't forget to keep track.

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