Long Hooded Cape Crochet Pattern

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Keep yourself in stylish warmth during the cold winter months with this one-size-fits-most cape.

Technique: Crochet
Skill Level: Intermediate
 
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Made with 2100 yds of worsted-weight yarn and a size H hook.

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Long Hooded Cape Crochet Pattern

November 11, 2015

Love it! The instructions were clear and easy to follow. I made it a little longer, but otherwise, I follow the instructions.

Long Hooded Cape Crochet Pattern

November 9, 2015

I made this cape using Red Heart yarn in black and made it longer to reach my knees and edged the arm slits with the edging around the cape. I love it. It's so warm.

Long Hooded Cape Crochet Pattern

August 19, 2015

I made the cape using Red Heart yarn in an off white. The pattern went faster than I thought it would. I didn't like the armhole slits. I thought they were too plain so I did a single crochet on one side and on what would be the top side, I used the edging pattern that went around the cape. I love how it looks and feels. I am on the short side so the length was just fine. I plan on make one for my daughter for Christmas in another color.

Long Hooded Cape Crochet Pattern

February 26, 2015

Just got this pattern and can't wait to make it. Question, how can I make this for a child that wears size 10/12? I'd like to make one for my niece. Thanks in advance!

Long Hooded Cape Crochet Pattern

January 13, 2015

I ordered the recommended yarn and I love the feel of it but how do I join the skeins? If is so slippery that the knots do not stay tight. Is there a trick to joining this yarn or fabric glue that can be used to hold the join?

Annie's Customer Service
Valerie - When dealing with soft or slick yarn, it is recommended that you start your new ball at the end or beginning of a row and then weave in ends. We have sent you some helpful hints for dealing with joining yarn.

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