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“My daughter loves her cape. She twirls and twirls in it. I made it last year and I will definitely be making another one this year. Super easy.”
Every girl must have a Cozy Hooded Cape for fall and winter! It's warm, trendy, stylish and comfortable and looks adorable paired with skirts or jeans, and it's precious over dresses or jumpers. Just throw on some tights and some boots and
your little one will be ready to head out the door to the park, a playdate or even to school. Every little lady in your house needs one!
This cape is fully lined and can be made in flannel, corduroy or even fleece and your lining can be in those or a cotton.
**Full-sized and color-coded pattern pieces are included for the cape’s hood. Cape pattern pieces are not included – instead, exact measurements are given to help you cut out your cape.
This sewing pattern features 37 photo illustrations and tutorial-style instructions to help you create your very own Cozy Hooded Cape for Kids.
You are welcome to sell items you make using Seamingly Smitten patterns. We request items made for sale state they were made using a Seamingly Smitten pattern. Any reproduction of this eBook or any portion thereof, including electronic transmission to third parties, is strictly prohibited. Copyright Seamingly Smitten, 2012
You will need: 1 and 1/8 yards – 1 and 5/8 yards main fabric AND 1 and 1/8 – 1 and 5/8 yards lining fabric depending on size
Notions: 1 yard of one inch wide grosgrain ribbon OR 1 yard of extra wide double folded bias tape (these are your ties); fray check
My daughter loves her cape. She twirls and twirls in it. I made it last year and I will definitely be making another one this year. Super easy.
Love this pattern! So far have made my girls one each, and plan to make more! I deviated slightly from the instructions and made them both fully reversible! My girls love them, and it will definately come in handy for winter!
LOVE this hooded cape! I made mine slightly different using wool suiting on the outside, plaid flannel on the inside. In place of the ribbons for closures, I added a large button at the neck. Made for ease this winter when dealing with a toddler in a car seat without having the bulk of a heavy jacket. Total completion was very hours tops! Thanks!