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Ladies Sized cape similar to the Red Riding Hood Cape!

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    Profile photo of with love Heidiwith love Heidi @with love Heidi

    Colette has just released a ladies cape with very similar lines to the Red Riding Hood Cape from LTTS!

    Profile photo of needlewomanneedlewoman @needlewoman

    Yes, I noticed this pattern, too! Very stylish, and looks very straightforward to sew.

    In same vein, Clever Charlotte has a 20% discount on their patterns until Christmas Eve. I’m guessing the stock will go quickly so be ‘foxy’, and go to the website now.

    I’m seriously considering purchasing the Raven hoodie/pants; has anyone sewn this pattern? I’d love your opinion/experience about sewing and fit. I can find only one review, and that is about the pants (albeit useful)/

    Profile photo of with love Heidiwith love Heidi @with love Heidi

    Nicole has definitely made the pants! She has made a number of their patterns for her girls and loves them 🙂

    Profile photo of TamaraTamara @justsewit

    @needlewoman I made the raven hoodie for Imogen in pink faux fur. I actually sized it up and it fit her for a good two years. She had outgrown the sizing but was still in the Oliver and s ranges. I found it so easy to put together and if truth be known, I think those patterns run a big bigger than oliver and s. I made the finch shorts also but they weren’t worn sadly😕. I didn’t get to make the pants for her but will when Chloë is older.

    It is a shame they haven’t released any for a while and gone down another route. The patterns are very cute.

    Profile photo of SarviSarvi @Sarvi

    Or here’s a thought, since those reading here are probably interested in Oliver & S products, try one of these:



    Perhaps the other companies’ sites would be good places to advertise their products and sales, as I imagine people go there looking for more info about them.

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