Added Jul 17, 2011
When I heard that tessuti had released a pattern called the ‘New York Cape’ I knew I had to have it before I’d even seen it. As expected, it is a wonderful pattern that was ridiculously fun playing with.
I made the cape using a lemon/butter yellow wool/cashmere blend with ridiculously big wooden buttons. I decided to line the hood and the cape and found a fantastic cotton with pictures of New York icons. Perfect!
This pattern took no time at all to put together, and is incredibly fun to wear.
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