A quick easy and comfie capelet (caplet ?) to weave

I have just released the pattern for my new woven capelet (caplet?) – it’s quick and super easy to make, and wonderfully comfortable to wear.

Potholder loom woven capelet (c) by Noreen Crone-Findlay

The Capelet is made by weaving simple squares with yarn on the potholder loom, and stitching them together.

The drawstring is a spool knitted cord.

Potholder loom woven capelet (c) by Noreen Crone-Findlay

When the drawstring is tied, it gathers the points of the squares into petals.

Potholder loom woven capelet (c) by Noreen Crone-Findlay

The capelet is flattering to all figures.

The pattern for the capelet fits sizes Small to Extra Large.

It is easy to adjust it to fit more voluptuous figures.
The pattern is $4.95 Cdn and is available at:
http://www.crone-findlay.com/Crone-FindlayCreationsPotholderLoomWeaving.html

Happy weaving, and joy in all that you celebrate!
:o) Noreen

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Filed under Loom & looms & small loom weaving, potholder loom, spool knitter & spoolknitter & spool knitting & spool knitting, weaving & handwoven

4 responses to “A quick easy and comfie capelet (caplet ?) to weave

  1. Aleksa

    So beautiful! This looks like the ocean on a beautiful spring day.

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  2. Carolee

    I really like how the neck lays. can it be adjusted for a more open look for summer?

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  3. Hi Carolee
    Absolutely! It can be snugged up tight, which is the way I am wearing it right now, because I hate cold air on the back of my neck, or it can be loosened right up and worn off the shoulders- which is very flattering and elegant🙂

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  4. Hi Aleksa
    Thank you so much! Those ocean in springtime colors are my favorites!🙂
    And, it is just wonderfully comfortable to wear, too.

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