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Copyright, May 14, 2000
Tisa Enterprises, All Rights Reserved

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Child's Hooded Cape Free Crochet Pattern

Sized for a 3 year old

The following pattern is my original design.
Please only copy or print this pattern for personal use.
Please contact me if you find any errors.


Hook: Size K

Yarn: Homespun Chunky Yarn

Stitches used: ch, sl st, hdc, dc, love knot.
Love Knot (ch 1 loosely, sc in the hump on the back of the chain).

Difficulty: MEDIUM





ROW 1:Hdc in 3rd ch from hk and in each rem ch. (51 hdc) Ch 2, turn. [ right side ]

ROWS 2-16: Hdc in each hdc, ch 2, turn.

ROW 17: Rep previous row except ch 1.

Fold piece with short edges and right sides together. Sl st corresponding sts tog working toward the top of the hood.



Holding the hood bottom side up with the seam edge facing you. Working in the ends of the rows, attach yarn on the right side corner (top of the dc on that row).

* Dc around post of dc in the next row. Ch 1. Rep from * across. Dc in corner. Ch 3, turn.


ROW 1: (2 dc, ch 2, dc) in same sp as beg ch 3.
* sk next dc, ( 3 dc, ch 2, dc) in next dc. Rep from * 8 more times.
Sk next ch.
* ( 3 dc, ch 2, dc) in next dc, sk next ch & next dc. Rep from * 9 more times.
Ch 3, turn.

ROW 2: (2 dc, ch 2, dc) in next ch 2 sp. * sk next 4 dc, ( 3 dc, ch 2, dc ) in next ch 2 sp. Rep from * across. Ch 3, turn.

ROWS 3-10: Rep Row 2.


ROW 11: ( 2 dc, ch 2, dc ) in next ch 2 sp. * sk next 4 dc, ( 3 dc, ch 2, dc ) in next ch 2 sp. Rep from * across. Sk next 2 dc, dc in last dc, ch 3, turn.

ROW 12: * ( 3 dc, ch 2, dc ) in next ch 2 sp. Sk next 4 dc. Rep from * across. Sk next 2 dc, dc in last dc, ch 3, turn.

ROW 13: Rep Row 12 placing 2 dc in the last dc. Ch 3, turn.

ROW 14: Dc in next dc. * ( 3 dc, ch 2, dc ) in next ch 2 sp. Sk next 4 dc. Rep from * across. 2 dc in last dc.

ROW 15: Same as Row 14 except place 1 dc in each of the last 2 dc.

ROWS 16-17: Rep Row 15.



TIE STRING: Crochet a string of love knots as long as you want and weave it in and out of the neck row. You can also sew on a snap or a hook closure.

Please remember that tie strings pose a choking hazard, especially to small children.
Never leave a child unattended wearing any garment with strings.





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