This is a digital file
This is one of my most favorite pieces in my girls' closet! Not only does it make a statement on; it is so much fun to make! True to its name, it criss-crosses in the front. You'll see in the instructions I've included an extra layer of lining for warmth on those cold days, so its a great cape for winter. Or you can omit the interlining, and sew it with linen for springtime.
The Criss-Cross Cape pattern is the same one I used creating this cape found here..
...only if you'd like to make it yourself, you can!
This PDF pattern does include the how-to on the beaded collar!!
Photography in the fifth pic: Aria.photography
This pattern is sold as instant download. After purchase, you will be able to download it. Make sure you have Adobe Reader as you will need this to open your file. If you don't have Adobe Reader already, you can go here to download it free...
What this PDF contains:
Size chart in imperial or metric
Fabric requirements in imperial or metric
Computer drawn patterns--they are already full-sized and will print on your home computer using A4 sized paper
Tutorial --instructions with pictures detailing each step
Glossary of terms
Please note! This PDF pattern does not contain buttonhole instructions. See your sewing machine manual. Also, needed skills include sewing snaps and hook and eye (for beaded collar).
Sewing level: confident beginner and beyond.
Important: This is a PDF pattern, not an actual cape. For those who don't sew, you can find it here to buy...
Please understand due to the electronic nature of this pattern, refunds and/or exchanges aren't offered.
Just a reminder...this pattern, tutorial, and photographs are protected by copyright. You can use it for personal use and even sell garments made from it (I hope you do!) providing you include a link on your listing of my shop. No part of it can be copied, used, shared, or resold. No part of it can be altered and sold as your own. Thank you for respecting the time and effort I've put into creating my patterns and for your honesty.