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children's infinity cape jacket crochet pattern

Isn’t it so much fun to dress our children in stylish and beautifully handcrafted clothing? The wonderful aspect about this fashion cape is it can be worn in the crisp fall or cool summer evenings to keep the bugs and chill away yet not be too hot. And as an extra layer in the winter, it could even be worn over a coat. I just imagine a little one stomping around in snow boots draped with the infinity cape jacket, such cuteness.

This pattern uses fun and innovative technique for cables that do not have gaps or holes behind them, pop, and have a beautiful start and finish. Als, check out another version of a crochet cape with HERE.

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Children’s Infinity Cape Jacket Supplies:

Size US K (7.0 mm) crochet hook
Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends
3 Lamode 3/4” (19mm) buttons

Length from collar to bottom: 17.5” (44cm)
Collar circumference: 18” (46cm)
•Bottom of cape circumference: 120” (305cm)

Bulky 5 Weight Yarn
• Big Twist Yarns Chunky
in colorway Stormy
Yarn substitutions (check gauge):
Red Heart Comfort Chunky
Stylecraft for Babies Chunky
Lion Brand Wool-Ease Chunky
Mary Maxim Marvellous Chunky
King Cole Big Value Baby Soft Chunky

Introducing Infinity Crochet

See what this method looks like in the video below.


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