PDF Crochet Pattern - Livi's Chunky Capelet (1-3y, 3-6y, 6-10y) shrug poncho baby toddler crochet pullover pom pom

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Fashionable! Functional! Made with luxuriously soft and lofty yarn, this capelet is the perfect cover up
for warmth and elegance!

• Yarn: (Weight 5, Bulky) Lion Brand Homespun Yarn. One skein each of: Baroque (Color A), Pearls (Color B).
• Hook: K, or size needed for specified gauge
• Pompom maker (3.5” size)

These measurements are approximated, and actual subjects may vary.
• Gauge: 2.5 Dc Sts = 1”, 1 Dc row = .90”

1 – 3 Years
3 – 6 Years
6 – 10 Years

Pattern Key
• St / Sts: Stitch / Stitches
• Sl St: Slip Stitch
• Sk: Skip
• Ch: Chain
• SC: Single Crochet
• DC: Double Crochet

Pompom Note: Construct using your favorite device and method. Make 2 (one for each tie). Do not attach until your tie is woven into place on your Capelet (once attached, the pompoms do not allow the tie to be removed).

Copyright Note: This is an original Salena Baca pattern and is copyright protected. This pattern may not be redistributed for free, sale or trade but your finished products made from my patterns are always permitted for sale - enjoy!

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Thank you so very much for a wonderful pattern! I finished making the cape for my grand daughter (age 18 mos) and it turned out adorable. Very easy directions too. A BIG thank you.
Dec 10, 2014 by BeauMonde08

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