Crochet Flower Capelet

from Dawn Brocco

Crochet Flower Capelet Pattern


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Crocheting: Crochet Flower Capelet
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Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • ch, sc, dc, tc3tog - explained in Abbreviations

Pattern Description:

This is a lovely accessory, to cover the shoulders on a cool summer's eve. It is quick and easy to make, and has no finishing! Each motif is joined to the others on its last round. After blocking it, just run the ribbon through it and wear it!

After I designed the pentagon motif (with a central flower), I discovered that, when they were joined together a certain way, they created a curve - the perfect curve to drape around shoulders.

This capelet is made using just 2 hanks of Oasis Yarn Aussi Wool Worsted (doubled), a soft Australian wool yarn, which come in beautiful solid colors.


11 sc and 14 rows = 4" (10 cm) with 2 strands yarn and N hook or size to give gauge.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Motif Depth : 7"
  • Motif Width: 7"
  • Capelet Neck Circumference: 35"


  • Oasis Yarn Aussi Wool Worsted, 100% Australian wool, approx. 200 yd / 100 gm hank: 2 hanks WW05 Tiger Lily or WW27 Misty Blue
  • US size N (8 mm) crochet hook
  • If you desire a capelet with a larger circumference, crochet and attach 1 more motif. (There is enough yarn in the 2 hanks for 6 motifs.) You will need an extra 7" of ribbon.
  • Pattern has schematic.

You Will Also Need:

  • Tapestry needle
  • 2.5 yds, 1 5/8" wide patterned ribbon

About Designer

About Designer

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Dawn Brocco
by dawnbrocco
Dennis Port, Cape Cod
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Designing hand knitting patterns for print and indie publication, for nearly 20 years.

Specializing in updated classics, innovative shaped cable designs, and whimsical, Nature-inspired knits for children and the home.

Dawn Brocco

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