Featured Pattern: Go To Cape

The wonderful thing about a modern cape is they aren’t just for superheros or evil villains. These Go To Cape sewing patterns for girls and women are sophisticated and fun. Dress them up or down. Make one in wool for winter or linen for spring. You really can’t go wrong with a cape! Go To Patterns introduced two new cape sewing patterns in December and they’ve opened to rave reviews!

Go To Cape patternLinen & Wool Go To Cape for Girls. Sizes 12 mo—14 yrs. All capes are fully lined.

cape-for-women-620Wool Go To Cape for women. Sizes XS-XL in 3 lengths. Liberty lined hood.

cape-pattern-620 Go To Cape button options.

Go To Cape patterns. PDF sewing patterns for girls and women.

Find the patterns here:

Go To Cape for Women

Go To Cape for Girls.

We’ve spotted some Go To Capes we think you’ll love. Click on the photos to go to the blogs.

Go To Cape sewn by Hems2DollsGo To Cape  by Once Upon A Sew

Go To Cape pattern sewn by Hems2DollsGo To Cape pattern sewn by Three Dress Project

What do you think?? Would you wear a cape?



Andrea Pannell
Andrea is the owner and designer of Go To Patterns, Go To Sew, and The Train To Crazy. You can find her playing with her four kids, designing clothing and sewing in her spare time. Follow her on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, or Twitter.
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Comments

  1. These are adorable! I would totally wear one

  2. hi Andrea – how big is XL? I was really interested in getting your special offer of both patterns!
    Faye
    xx

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