Saturday, January 9, 2010

Fleece tassel cape

The other day I mentioned the fleece cape I made for Miss M.  I used Ottobre 6/2008 #22A "Little Rosy" wool cape in size 92.


It was a very quick and satisfying pattern to sew!  I will definitely be making more.



I really like the shape of the hood and how it hangs.  In face, I like the shape of the whole thing and even though size 92 is a bit big for Miss M regularly, it works well for this pattern.  She has wide shoulders for her size (just like her mama).


I used a large button and loop of ribbon for the closure, but I don't care for the way it then closes off center, so I think I'll remove the loop, put in a snap, and leave the button on the outside purely for decoration.

I have a fully lined one in mind for spring...once it's actually warm enough to go outside with just a cape for warmth.  This has been the harshest winter in my memory...and it's not over yet.

2 comments:

  1. [...] I love projects that deliver instant gratification.  Last week I made lounge pants for hubby and a cape for Miss M from some polar fleece I got at JoAnn’s on Black Friday.  Today I used some of the same [...]

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  2. [...] made the Little Rosy cape (Ottobre 6/2008, #22A) once before and thought it could use a little length, so I added about 4 inches at the bottom and maybe 2 to [...]

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