Traveller Cape
gender neutral + reversible

Traveller Cape
gender neutral + reversible

$10.00 USD
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The simple magic of the Traveller Cape pattern is its simplicity; slip it on for warmth getting to and fro, and watch them transform into whomever their heart desires. 

Before she takes the throne in a land of enchantment, before he sets off into the woods with his band of knights, they don a cape and stand tall, heads held high towards the clouds.

Easy to make and easy to wear, it indulges kids' fairytale-esque ways.  Everything from cloak length costumes, to an everyday alternative to a coat, this pattern does it all.  

Nothing makes a child's imagination soar quite like a cape...

Skill Level: Beginner

 

Twig + Tale Traveller Cape Views on Model

  • Gender-neutral sizes from infant to teen
  • 3 Lengths: Capelet, Classic and Cloak length
  • Pixie Hood, Classic Round Hood or Collar
  • Fully Reversible
  • Make a fun Rain Cape in waterproof fabric!

  • Info to make a Floor Length cape here
Twig + Tale Traveller Cape Views

Make old things new again! Twig + Tale patterns pair wonderfully with recycled fabrics

Don't be afraid to embellish a little! Explore our beginner-friendly Embroidery Collections

Sizing + Supplies

View size chart + materials list 
Also available in adult sizes

Printing Info

This digital pattern is tiled and designed to print using your home printer on either US Letter, or A4 paper.  

The pattern includes a nifty “layers” feature, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. Full step-by-step printing instructions are supplied.

FAQ

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Cover image - suzanneholsted.co.nz

  • Look Inside
  • Works With
  • Resources

Expand this pattern with the Animal Add-on to create 14 different animals. 

With a little imagination you can make almost any animal you can dream of!

Add-Ons

Expand your pattern with these creative add-ons

Customer Reviews

Based on 69 reviews
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K.W.
Amazing as usual

Easy to read and the final result is stunning!

C
C.R.
Great travelling cape pattern

I brought this to make a cape for my daughter, as it was my first one I didn't add any embroidery. But now I know it's easy to follow I will be brave and add some. Really enjoyed making this. Thanks for the great and easy to follow pattern.

K
K.N.
Queen Elsa's Cape

I bought this pattern to make a Cape for my 2 1/2 year old granddaughter, she is just getting into playing "dress-up", so a Queen Elsa Cape seemed like the perfect Christmas present. I did an ankle length cape with a shorter elbow length cape with the pixie hood all in turquoise satin with white fur trim. I also made a long dress in satin with a sparkly skirt to go under the cape. She couldn't get her pretty party dress off fast enough after she opened it so she could try it on and she has lived in it since.

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A.
Travelling Cloaks Look Great!

As a self taught beginner-ish sewer, I found this pattern really easy to work with. The instructions were clear and easy to follow and the detail of cutting around the corners and along curves was really helpful. I made cloaks for my 3 daughters for an upcoming overseas trip. I did the lining in Disney fabric so they can use the reverse side to wear in Disneyland. Thank you, we love them!

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A.
Easy to follow, great results!

I purchased the pattern to make a cape for my 4-year-old daughter for Christmas. She hasn't received it yet, but I tried it on my 2 year old after she'd gone to bed (to see how it looks) and it was perfect.

The pattern was easy to follow, although I admit I'm a fairly intermediate sewist. I used a wool coat from the thrift store for the outer fabric, so I had to include some seams as there were no panels big enough for the back piece. I put the center back seam of the coat down the center back of the cape and it worked just fine. Upcycling is like that sometimes.

It made me want to try making one for myself in the future, but I'm a bit amiss as I find it difficult to find upcycled wool blankets in my area, only coats, and if I had trouble finding a large enough section of fabric for a 3-5 size coat, an adult size would be nigh impossible. I might have to cave and actually buy fabric, but maybe I'll find something.

All in all the pattern was fantastic and I'm sure I'll be purchasing and using more patterns in the future.

One note, the pattern says it's designed to be read on a tablet - which is great. But my chromebook (tablet? computer? it uses apps) Adobe app would not give me the option to print layers, so I had to either print with all the sizes (which is not the end of the world with the key) or use a different computer to print from.

C
C.K.
Every one's favourite!

Needed to make an animal costume so bought this and the add ons to create a donkey. It was quick and easy to make and looked super to boot. The only downside is all the other children now want one as well.

A
A.M.
Beautiful & Easy to Sew!

I recently finished a Frozen-inspired cape for my daughter for Christmas. The pattern was so easy to make. That's why I keep coming back to Twig & Tale - easy patterns that look amazing every time. I'm growing my skills and producing lovely gifts for the children in my life.

D
D.K.
Travelers Cape

This pattern was such a joy to complete. The instructions are well written with amazing pictures. I was able to make a reversible cape for traveling with an infant in a car seat. The pattern has many options to allow for individual needs. I love this pattern as well as so many others by Twig and Tale!

Customer Reviews

Based on 69 reviews
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(69)
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K
K.W.
Amazing as usual

Easy to read and the final result is stunning!

C
C.R.
Great travelling cape pattern

I brought this to make a cape for my daughter, as it was my first one I didn't add any embroidery. But now I know it's easy to follow I will be brave and add some. Really enjoyed making this. Thanks for the great and easy to follow pattern.

K
K.N.
Queen Elsa's Cape

I bought this pattern to make a Cape for my 2 1/2 year old granddaughter, she is just getting into playing "dress-up", so a Queen Elsa Cape seemed like the perfect Christmas present. I did an ankle length cape with a shorter elbow length cape with the pixie hood all in turquoise satin with white fur trim. I also made a long dress in satin with a sparkly skirt to go under the cape. She couldn't get her pretty party dress off fast enough after she opened it so she could try it on and she has lived in it since.

A
A.
Travelling Cloaks Look Great!

As a self taught beginner-ish sewer, I found this pattern really easy to work with. The instructions were clear and easy to follow and the detail of cutting around the corners and along curves was really helpful. I made cloaks for my 3 daughters for an upcoming overseas trip. I did the lining in Disney fabric so they can use the reverse side to wear in Disneyland. Thank you, we love them!

A
A.
Easy to follow, great results!

I purchased the pattern to make a cape for my 4-year-old daughter for Christmas. She hasn't received it yet, but I tried it on my 2 year old after she'd gone to bed (to see how it looks) and it was perfect.

The pattern was easy to follow, although I admit I'm a fairly intermediate sewist. I used a wool coat from the thrift store for the outer fabric, so I had to include some seams as there were no panels big enough for the back piece. I put the center back seam of the coat down the center back of the cape and it worked just fine. Upcycling is like that sometimes.

It made me want to try making one for myself in the future, but I'm a bit amiss as I find it difficult to find upcycled wool blankets in my area, only coats, and if I had trouble finding a large enough section of fabric for a 3-5 size coat, an adult size would be nigh impossible. I might have to cave and actually buy fabric, but maybe I'll find something.

All in all the pattern was fantastic and I'm sure I'll be purchasing and using more patterns in the future.

One note, the pattern says it's designed to be read on a tablet - which is great. But my chromebook (tablet? computer? it uses apps) Adobe app would not give me the option to print layers, so I had to either print with all the sizes (which is not the end of the world with the key) or use a different computer to print from.

C
C.K.
Every one's favourite!

Needed to make an animal costume so bought this and the add ons to create a donkey. It was quick and easy to make and looked super to boot. The only downside is all the other children now want one as well.

A
A.M.
Beautiful & Easy to Sew!

I recently finished a Frozen-inspired cape for my daughter for Christmas. The pattern was so easy to make. That's why I keep coming back to Twig & Tale - easy patterns that look amazing every time. I'm growing my skills and producing lovely gifts for the children in my life.

D
D.K.
Travelers Cape

This pattern was such a joy to complete. The instructions are well written with amazing pictures. I was able to make a reversible cape for traveling with an infant in a car seat. The pattern has many options to allow for individual needs. I love this pattern as well as so many others by Twig and Tale!