Wednesday, 21 April 2010

Easy Capelet

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Materials: 5.5mm crochet hook, 100g Patons Vintage yarn.
Pattern:
Ch 60 + 2 (to count as first dc)
Row 1: dc into each ch to end (60sts)
Row 2: ch 2, inc into first st by working 2 dc and every 5th st to end (73sts)
Row 3: ch 2, dc into each to to end
Row 4:ch 2, inc into first st by working 2 dc and every 10th st to end (81sts)
Row 5: ch 2, dc into each st to end
Row 6: ch 2, dc into each st to end
Row 7: ch 2, inc into first st by working 2 dc and every 10th st to end (89sts)
Row 8: ch 2, dc into each st to end
Row 9: ch 2, dc into each st to end
Row 10: ch 2, inc into first st by working 2 dc and every 10th st to end (99sts)
Row 11: ch 2, dc into each st to end
Row 12: ch 2, dc into each st to end
Row 13: ch 2, inc into first st by working 2 dc and every 10th st to end (110sts)
Row 14: ch 2, dc into each st to end
Row 15: ch 2, dc into each st to end
Row 16: ch 2, inc into first st by working 2 dc and every 7th st to end (126sts)
Row 17: ch 2, dc into each st to end
Row 18: ch 2, dc into each st to end
Row 19: ch 2, inc into first st by working 2 dc and every 5th st to end (152sts)
Row 20: ch 2, dc into each st to end
Finishing:
To finish darn in all end and add either a button and chained loop to fasten button alternatively crochet chains could be attached at each side of the cape to have a tie fastening.
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8 comments:

Doris Sturm said...

Oh, how cute this looks. I love using variegated yarns for a simple stitch because on patterned stitches or textured patterns it can get a little busy looking, but this is PERFECT!

glor said...

Lovely pattern and perfect for a touch of warmth. Thank you for the pattern.

Elisa said...

I love this pattern. Is it written in UK terms? I am in the US so your DC would then be my TC.
Thanks.

Clotilde M. said...

That's the best kind of pattern, simple and straight forward. Thanks for sharing1

Kevin said...

i'm contacting you to see if it is alright to sell on my etsy. i'm off to college soon and could use the cash (if it does sell). but i wouldn't do it w/o the makers permission! let me know, thanks.

The Sunroom said...

Kevin

pls can you email me direct at thesunroonuk@googlemail.com

Thanks,

Debbie said...

HI,
Such a cute pattern, but looked for Paton Vintage yarn and there is no such thing on their website. Any thoughts?

butterflycrochet said...

You can see a pic of the yarn here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/25589934@N08/5092813815/

Clicking on other links in the google list, I did see some solids for sale in a few places and gather that this is a fingering/lace weight.