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Merlot Hooded Cape

By: Chris from Chris Knits in Niagara

Let your sorcerous side shine through with the Merlot Hooded Cape. Bewitching and mysterious, this knit cape pattern is perfect outfit for a clandestine meeting or for swooping around town. It also makes a great Snuggie substitute for lounging around the house or a last ditch Halloween costume. We suggest using a dark colored yarn, such as Elann Mode Mohair in Wine. Whatever your reason for knitting up this spooky garment, be sure to measure yourself beforehand to ensure a proper fit.

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Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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Hello shannykidd, we recently updated those buttons. They can be found at the end of the pattern. To save a pattern, click the gray button that says "+Save" on it. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

I love capes and this one looks fairly easy to make. OK she said It wasn't easy because of the seams but that it not too hard to do. You would have to be careful about the length. I am short so it would not be too long. I don't want to look like a walking cape. I will not use mohair either since that makes me itch so another bulky yarn will have to do. Otherwise it is perfect. Thank you.

AH! I came across this cape years ago and, honestly, I forgot all about it. I think I might have just rekindled my love for it. Of course, this definitely looks like s 10-year pattern. But I have time. I just REALLY need it in my life, okay?

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