Isla Cape

In response to quite a few people overseas who have asked me about my Baby Cape pattern and whether it can be emailed, here it is, as a PDF.

It will soon be in print form, too, along with all my other patterns, available for knitting stores to buy wholesale.

So, how cute is Isla? She’s the gorgoeus wee daughter of my photographer, Helen Bankers. Her full name is Isla Winchester which to me sounds like a movie star without even trying.

This is a pretty easy knit, worked from the top down so that you can customize the length. It’s the most divine thing to wrap a baby in, and a very cute jacket alternative for a toddler. Made in the ultra practical, soft and reasonably priced Cascade 220.

 

 

5 Responses to “Isla Cape”

  1. Kirsten Says:

    Gorgeous Mel, design and baby both! I’ve been looking for the perfect cape pattern this week and here it is – definitely going to make this one :-)

  2. riotyarn Says:

    That is so sweet. I love a knitted cape.

  3. DOROTHY Says:

    I love the cape any chance of it being converted to adult size?

  4. Deborah Says:

    Hi , I really wanted to knit this Isla baby cape but the link seems to be broken . . .can you help me please ?

  5. Mel Says:

    Deborah, you can buy the pattern here:
    http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/isla-cape

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