I lined the cape as well as the hood and made the shoulders slightly smaller for her.
Best regs. I was hoping to do coordinating costumes for my kids, but when A decided he wanted to be Superman I decided to scratch that idea, I just couldn't get excited about a Lois Lane costume for her. Materials you will Need: Unknown November 3, 2018 at 6: You will need to decide what length of cape you want to make.
I am a first time sewer, and I love the pattern, but the explanation on the hood assembly with liner is very unclear and the video does not ever actually show clearly how to pin it together. There is a photo of us: I decided to try an easy on cape with hood without front opening just put over head.
Hmmm, not sure what the deal is. Now I'm going to make one for my son too. Thanks for any help! It looks like I need to design a longer cape pattern!
So happy the pattern worked! Thank you sooooooo much for posting this pattern!!
Thanks for this great pattern. Capes or cloaks are amazing! Hi Susie!
It looks great and it was easier than I thought it would be. All you need to do is a bit of math. More details on how I made the cape are at the end of this post!
Hi Angela, You can swap this hood for the hood on the red riding hood cape — they are interchangeable! So you will need to find a fabric that width. I cut out double of the entire pattern, and for the lining of the hood I just used the fabric that I wanted for the reversible part of the cape…How would I line the body of the cape to make it reversible??