A short cape that provides warmth, no matter what you’re doing. Perfect for riding, walking and hiking. Available for all shapes, ages and sizes.
This cape is based on an 19th century design and goes well with everything! The cape is relatively lightweight and won’t cause any strain on your shoulders.
This cape is unique in that you get to decide what goes into it, and each cape is bespoke and made to your measurements to ensure a perfect fit. I do, however, sometimes sell ready-made capelets on Facebook and Etsy, so check the social links for potential bargains!
There is a wide assortment of fabrics available for this cape in all sorts of colours and patterns. And hey – if you have a specific look in mind and you can’t find what you want out of the materials I offer, we’ll sort something out in order for you to get your perfect cape! The fabrics all have their pros/cons, so make sure to take a look at the Fabrics & Materials page to figure out which suits your needs. The page also lists all the prices per meter, so that you can plan your budget accordingly. The available materials for this skirt are:
Polar fleece, recycled wool, patterned recycled wool, impregnated wadmal (wool), and patterned wool mix. Garments made from wool have stitched edges along the bottom and any openings. Fleece garments have raw edges as these don’t fray.
This cape has two types of collars to choose from. You can also choose whether to have the collar lined with the main fabric or cotton or linen. This might be especially relevant if you want a wool cape but are sensitive to wool directly against your skin. Cotton and linen each have their pros/cons, so make sure to take a look at the Fabrics & Materials page to figure out which suits your needs.
Straight – A straight collar that can be worn standing or folded.
Curved – A curved, standing collar.
Machine embroidered monograms are available as an add-on in various colours in two styles (with one initial or two). See the Monograms page for more information. Do you have a custom request, such as a logo? Make sure to take a look at that page as well.