You must be logged in to add a private note. Login Register. We are adding the pattern to your Crochet Patterns. Click here to view your Crochet Patterns. You must be logged in to save a pattern. Crochet capes are a delightful mix of shawls, cardigans, and ponchos.
They can be made in many different styles and sizes -- from ones that wrap around your shoulders to hooded designs that drape over your back, reminiscent of a super hero's cape.
Dress these designs up or down depending on your style -- you can make winter-ready cape patterns or light and lacy cape designs. Plus, they're so easy to make for your little ones to add a festive homemade touch to any holiday outfit. Take a look through this collection of 29 Crochet Cape Patterns and find your favorites. You'll find free crochet cape patterns for adults and children, as well as a variety of cape shawls and capes for dressing up.
Once you see how many different kinds of cape patterns there are, we bet you'll add quite a few to your must-make list! Drape yourself in warmth this fall and winter with these crochet cape patterns.
These designs fit squarely around your shoulders, making sure you stay cozy in style! Choose your colors and your yarn weight and get crocheting! Editor's Pick : Hooded Cabled Cape - I don't know which part of this cape is my favorite - the hood or the gorgeous cable running down the back of it.
This pattern is on my list in a neutral-variegated color with greys and blacks! This easy crochet pattern is warm, versatile, and can be worn as a capelet or even as an oversized cowl on chilly days. It's a great way to add some color to your winter wardrobe! The stylish collar instantly dresses up any outfit that you wear with the crochet cape, so go ahead and throw this on over a pair of jeans and a T-shirt before meeting your friends for brunch next weekend.
This crochet cape will be a cute accessory to wear anytime you go outside! Plus, the size can be adjusted by increasing or decreasing the foundation chain. The hood of this free crochet hooded cape pattern still has the cable running up the back. The cape also features 3 cables, one on the back, and one on each of the front edges. A cute button of your choice gives this easy crochet pattern the perfect finishing touch!
The red and green yarn colors also give this little cape a subtle Christmas look.Skip to main content Cape Patterns. I love this classic pattern and I already sewed it up! See All Buying Options. In Stock. Great capes. I used one of these styles to make a Jedi cape and a Dark Jedi cape varied the color and material. I had help, because I don't know how to sew.
But it was pretty easy to put together. It takes A LOT of material; the capes are substantial. But they are quality. Add to cart. Only 5 left in stock more on the way. Easy to follow instructions and the piece turned out great. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Oliver Phoenix, AZ. I used this pattern as a base to make my husband a rogues cape for ren faire. We did Pattern A with a straight lining, not a gathered lining.
We also heavily modified the hood to have a beak and very structured back. It turned out perfectly. Easy instructions, took about an hour start to finish. Ended up making two. I intend to make myself a cape. Currently unavailable. Had a great time making several of these - easy to make with fleece, pattern was very simple. I ordered this for a costume.
Instead of getting my pattern, I've received a mickey mouse plush and disney stickers I'm returning them but I'm very disappointed I got something other than this product. Only 2 left in stock - order soon. The package arrived on time. The pattern envelope and contents are intact uncut patterns, no damage and complete.
Only 4 left in stock more on the way. Made a cape for grand daughter Pattern was adequate. Made a cape for grand daughter which turned out quite well.Making a Sherlock Holmes Inverness Coat
Only 5 left in stock - order soon. Really cute pattern. Made it up out of cream fleece for a friend who loves victorian. Turned out cute.
There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime.Our directory links to free knitting patterns only. But sometimes patterns that were available for free become pay-walled later. Patterns can also be moved or taken down. If you encounter a problem accessing any of the patterns, we urge you to report this to us. A free girls knitting pattern using worsted-weight yarn.
This free knitting pattern uses bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Cowlneck, In-the-round, Seamless.
Free knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: I-Cord, Top-Down. This free knitting pattern uses super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Top-Down. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Stripes. Free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn.
Pattern attributes and techniques include: Cable, In-the-round, Seamless. A free girls knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Hood, In-the-round.
Pattern attributes and techniques include: Intarsia, Seamless. A free knitting pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: In-the-round, Round Yoke, Seamless. This free knitting pattern uses sport-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: One-piece.
Free knitting pattern using lace-weight yarn. This free knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: In-the-round. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Crochet Finish, Garter Stitch. A free knitting pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Brioche, Cable, In-the-round, Seamless. Free knitting pattern using bulky-weight yarn.
Pattern attributes and techniques include: Brioche, In-the-round. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Flounce Yarn, Lace. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Lace, Seamed. Cozy fits child sizes: 4, X, This free girls knitting pattern uses worsted-weight yarn.
Pattern attributes and techniques include: In-the-round, Lace, Seamless. This free knitting pattern uses aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: In-the-round, Lace, Ripple, Seamless. Free knitting pattern using dk-weight yarn.
Pattern attributes and techniques include: Seamless, Top-Down.During these challenging times, we guarantee we will work tirelessly to support you. We will continue to give you accurate and timely information throughout the crisis, and we will deliver on our mission — to help everyone in the world learn how to do anything — no matter what.
Thank you to our community and to all of our readers who are working to aid others in this time of crisis, and to all of those who are making personal sacrifices for the good of their communities. We will get through this together. Updated: March 24, Reader-Approved References. A cape can be used for fashion or for costume purposes. It's a fairly straightforward item of clothing that has been used throughout the centuries to add warmth, increase stature or improve appearance. From Red Riding Hood to the catwalk, a cape looks good.
This wikiHow will show you a few ways to make a basic cape in various styles. To make a cape, start by getting fabric for the outer part of your cape and the lining, like cotton, flannel, satin, or wool. Then, measure around the base of your neck and from your shoulders down to where you want the cape to end.
Next, fold your fabric into quarters and draw the neck part of the pattern onto one corner using the measurements you took. After you've done that, cut the fabric for the outer part and lining and sew them together. Finally, attach a ribbon to the open part of the cape so you can tie it closed.
Article Edit.Capes or cloaks are amazing! They can be formal and classy, they can be rugged and not much more than a poncho. They are easy to make and make a statement-- Great for costumes, fancy dresses or keeping warm! And, We've been watching 'Once Upon a Time' When we first met Belle, we loved her! We love her awesome accent too! Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson.
Belle decides to travel to the village At this moment of the show I froze. I paused the show. I ran to my craft room and dug through my old material It's a thick, almost upholstery material with some glimmer. I knew it was destiny! I was to have my own Belle cape! This tutorial is how to make a hooded cape, you can do it with whatever fabric you like, but I will spotlight the Belle cape, because the fabric match was just too perfect.
I used my mad photoshopping skills to make a basic pattern guideline. Because I was making these to fit adult sizes, I used large amounts of fabric Keep your fabric folded in half like when you buy it. I used all the width at the bottom and tapered it up to the top. Measure from the base of the neck to the floor for the length measurement.
Then take the 3 big pieces and sew the diagonally cut lines together. Stitch on the tapered edges to sew all 3 pieces together. Then I rounded off the bottom edge and hemmed it. As well as rolling that selvage edge and hemming the sides.
I knew I wanted a giant hood. I'd wear it down mostly, so I wanted it big and impressive. I traced my hoodie hood and made it very exaggerated. Please please please check out my Monster Hoodies to get a better idea of how to sew a hood. Pins are helpful too! For my RED cape, I did a pointy hood. For the Belle cape I did a round hood. I gathered the top edge of the cape just enough to fit the width of the hoodie. Then I pinned it in place Pinned so that the 2 pieces are the same width.
With just a subtle amount of gathering to make up the difference. Then I sewed them together on the underside. I knew I wouldn't wear the hood up all the time and I didn't want the seam to show at the neckOur directory links to free crochet patterns only.
Capes: 38 Free Patterns
But sometimes patterns that were available for free become pay-walled later. Patterns can also be moved or taken down. If you encounter a problem accessing any of the patterns, we urge you to report this to us. A free crochet pattern using aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: In-the-round.
This charming Victorian-style capelet features braid-style cables. It makes an elegant addition to your formal attire. Free crochet pattern using super bulky-weight yarn. This brilliant crochet pattern features some lovely colorwork to create a tartan-like crochet motif. The cowl is crocheted as a band, which is joined to itself at an angle to give it shape. A dense fringe completes the look. This free crochet pattern uses aran-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Seamed, Stripes.
A free crochet pattern using light fingering-weight yarn.
Free Cape Pattern (sizes 18m – Adult)
Pattern attributes and techniques include: Lace. Pattern attributes and techniques include: In-the-round, Lace, Top-Down. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Stripes. This free crochet pattern uses lace-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Shells. Free crochet pattern using bulky-weight yarn. Pattern attributes and techniques include: In-the-round, Seamless. Pattern attributes and techniques include: Chain, Lace, Mesh. Free crochet pattern using aran-weight yarn.
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