5559 Cabled Shoulder Cape
Wendy has traditionally been masters of British understatement, with occasional dramatic exceptions. This is a most striking one. You will look like The Queen of The North (or The Princess of The North) wearing it; strangers will ask you if you are an actress. You make the great round cabled capelet part flat, then block and join the two edges at the back neck and seam. You then make either the (shown in red on girl) cabled funnel neck strip-- which has a st st inside-- and sew it on; or you pick up around the perimeter of the cone and make the cowl/turtleneck in the round. We just love these, and are trying to figure out how to wear them in summer.
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- no charts
- no schematics
- sewing required
- partly circular
- 5 sizes, to fit age 6 up; see data page
- scanned PDF has 4 pages (a4 size)
- 4 x 4 in
- 4.5 mm
- US 7
- 19.0 st st
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Tuesday, November 06 2012, 13:58
We received the following errata suggestion from a dear customer in Germany, and offer it here in case it's needed. Thanks, Sabine!
I bought a pattern from your store at 06 October 2012: Cabled shoulder cape.
I just finished. It´s so beautiful! Thank you for this great pattern!
I found 3 little mistakes and want to show them.
- 25th row: at the end there is this: ...P2, K2, P2, patt 8 sts.
it has to be: ...P2, K4, P2, patt 8 sts.
- 33rd row: at the end there is this: ...3 times, P3, patt 8 sts.
it has to be: ...3 times, patt 8 sts.
- 34th row: at the beginning is this: Patt 8 sts, K3, [P8, K3] 3 times, K3, P6,...
it has to be: Patt 8 sts, K3, [P8, K3] 3 times, P6,...
I´m from Germany and love your patterns.
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