Crochet the makings of the cutest devil costume in the neighborhood! This hat and cape are easy skill level and fun for little hooligans to wear.
Little Devil Hat and Cape Costume
designed by Kim Guzman
Technique: Regular Crochet
Behind The Design Inspiration
I was asked by Red Heart yarns to design a cape and hat for a little boy. This was a really tough job as it turned out. I tried everything! Any stitch pattern I tried looked pretty feminine. The look of crochet is inherently feminine anyway so there will always be difficulties in finding just the right stitch for something, but a cape? Yes, indeed. This turned out to be quite a job for me.
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I finally settled on just plain ‘ole slip stitch. It gives the look of knit stockinette so it was perfect. I used a large hook to make the project go more quickly. Of course, they modeled it on a girl anyway so maybe I didn’t need to fret over it so much! 😉
My favorite part about this project is the hat, though. I really need to make an adult version.
RED HEART® Super Saver®: 2 skeins 319 Cherry Red.
For Cape: 10mm US N-15 and 5mm US H-8;
For Hat: 8mm US L-11.
Costume fits child size 4-6.
GAUGES: Cape: 12.5 sts = 4”; 18 rows = 4” in slip st with largest hook. Hat: 14 sts = 4”; 19 rows = 4” in slip st with middle size hook. CHECK YOUR GAUGE. Use any size hook to obtain the gauges.