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Red Riding Hood Cape Pattern

Red Riding Hood Cape Pattern
This Red Riding Hood cape pattern is one of Fleece Fun’s most popular. The circular half cape is perfect for going to grandmother’s house in – it’s warmth will keep the chill from nipping, but not necessarily wolves. This half cape can be made at different lengths (and materials) to get the look you want. Perfect for Halloween. Materials you will need: 2 and 1/4 yards fleece for adult – 1.5 yards for children sizes, felt or jersey knit (depending on size of pattern and if you line the hood or not) 3/4 yard Jersey knit or 5/8 yard for a child size (or two large t-shirts, optional) Yard of Ribbon Thread Assembled printed pattern scissors You May Also Like: Download the free pattern, tutorial below! You can get a free copy of Adobe reader here- it is the ONLY reader I recommend. Video Tutorial Here, Written below: 1- Assemble and cut out the Pattern You can find instructions on how to assemble the pattern here. You will need to decide what length of cape you want to make. 6 - Finishing up

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