I loved creating this piece I wanted something that was not only comfortable but empowering in style. The Posh Cape Jacket can be worn for an office professional look or for a casual afternoon coffee date. It’s simplistic yet striking. High fashion isn’t always about what you can buy, but what you hand style for a personal look. It’s about something that comes from within you. This project also gives a unique opportunity for zen crochet with purpose. The easy repeats allow you to crochet in peace, enjoy the project, and unwind.
I hope you enjoy creating and wearing this fabulous piece.
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Posh Cape Jacket Supplies:
- 5.0 mm (H) & 4.0 mm (G) Hook
- Yarn Needle
- Stitch marker if needed
- 3 LaMode 3/4” (19mm) Gold Buttons
- 6 LaMode 5/8” (16mm) Gold Buttons
Lion Brand Jeans shown in colorway Classic (7 skeins)
Approx.1620 Yards 1482 meters
If the gauge is met, other yarns of the same weight can be substituted:
Red Heart Baby Hugs Light
Yarn Bee Soft Secret Solids or Dazzling
Mary Maxim Bianca
Loops & Threads Impeccable
Collar to Bottom: 22” (56 cm)
The Posh Cape Jacket is made as a circle style poncho, the diameter is 49” (124 cm)
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It is much appreciated and adored!
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