Seamless Cape by Barbara G. Walker

Seamless Cape

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From the Pattern Description: A cape is nothing but a raglan yoke that never ends - or, more accurately, a raglan yoke that peters out, since its increases grow farther apart and eventually disappear altogether. It is worked back and forth in rows on a long (36”) circular needle, or on two such needles if you prefer to work from one needle to the other as if you were using straight needles.

Location of Pattern: Basic Design No. 3 - page 51 from Knitting from the Top.