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A versatile, seamless, ribbed capelet to keep your shoulders warm and toasty. The pattern instructions include details on how to form the twist (no moebius cast-on required) and how to turn your work. This capelet is created by knitting in-the-round, and, because of the turn, no purling is necessary. Only knit stitches!
You are welcome to sell the finished product that you make using my pattern.
This pattern is my original design and is protected by US Copyright law. The pattern instructions and/or photos may not be copied, reproduced, sold, or distributed in any form without my express written permission.
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Gauge is very important for sizing and yarn yardage. Capelet size in pattern measures about 20” across when layed flat and should fit a small to medium framed woman with a shoulder girth up to about 45”. As written, the pattern will use one entire ball of Paca de Seda yarn (The Alpaca Yarn Co, 80/20 alpaca/silk, 50g is 92 yards) for each color section. Additional yardage will be needed to create a larger capelet. The yarn is available for purchase in my shop here:
The sizing for this capelet can easily be altered. Any cast-on number can be used based on your gauge and desired capelet size. Remember that the yarn yardage will need to be calculated if a different size is desired.
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No returns or exchanges for patterns or pattern kits. For yarn, return or exchange requests will be honored if made within 3 days of receiving the item(s). Item(s) must be unused and in original condition with label(s) and original packaging. Shipping charges will not be refunded. Customer also pays for return shipping.
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