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First Communion capelet
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Jan 25, 2013 18:10:12   #
Jokim
 
My granddaughter is making her First Communion this year and we are very excited about the big event. I would love to make a nice capelet for her as that time of year it can still be chilly in the midwest. Does anyone in the KP world have any suggestions for a lacy knit capelet in fingering or lace weight yarn for a medium sized girl? Thanks much.
 
Jan 25, 2013 18:54:25   #
CheriF
 
I want to knit my GD a bolero so have been doing a lot of looking. It's funny, she's making her first communion in May this year as well. Here are several patterns that might be what you are looking for. Many of the Boleros could easily be made into a capelet if you wanted to. As you can tell, I have put a lot research into this.
Lacy Shrug
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Lacey Capelet
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Vintage Knit Bolero
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Heart Party Shrug -- could probably be made into a capelet easily
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Drops Design Bolero
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Child's Bolero
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Pearls And Lace Bolero
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Long Sleeve Shrug
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Boucle Poncho
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Jan 26, 2013 05:29:35   #
kiwiannie (a regular here)
 
Ravelry have a beautiful childs cape,it's a lace one.
Jan 26, 2013 07:40:36   #
patocenizo (a regular here)
 
Thanks for all of these downloads, fantastic!
CheriF wrote:
I want to knit my GD a bolero so have been doing a lot of looking. It's funny, she's making her first communion in May this year as well. Here are several patterns that might be what you are looking for. Many of the Boleros could easily be made into a capelet if you wanted to. As you can tell, I have put a lot research into this.
Jan 27, 2013 04:32:53   #
mosmith
 
I to was looking for a cape. Got a reply from kp for a red hooded cape which l adapted. I made hood bigger to look draped and added fur trim on hood.its georgous. It is knitted in chunky but with fur trim is dressy, in scotland here cant be to careful on relying on weather. Good luck :D
Jun 22, 2015 17:37:04   #
carousel777kp
 
just made a knitted capelet plymouth yarn design studio # 1579 have a picture on my ravelry notebook



Working now on a capelet pattern is for adult but for child you use size 6 or 7 needle an 59 stitches instead of 47 pattern is in ravelry goes under knit capelet by Mary Jane protus

Hope this helps you I am on a tablet otherwise would try to send to you

Just learn in how to use this regards kathy
 
          
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