Introduction: Fully Reversible Cape

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This is a fully reversible cape I designed. I've made these in several different sizes even adult. My main idea behind these and many of my clothing is to create something that can be used for a long time, is comfortablem and functional. This is my smallest sized cape and it is designed to be used for infants through 4t. For this one I used a vintage fabric find for one side and a new fabric for the other. I only make 1 or 2 out of each fabric combination so that each one is a peice of fashion art in it's own right. I've made several capes for my children, my etsy shop, and my friends children. All from this same pattern I drafted. I hope you enjoy!

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Fynch (author)2014-10-23

This is a beautiful cape! I want to make one for my son as a "Prince" cape for Halloween but was sad to see there were no detailed instructions :(.

jadekikyo (author)Fynch2014-10-24

Thank you. I'm sorry I haven't had time to make an ible for it yet. We've added a few additional little people to our lives and I've been very busy with them. :-)

I believe that simple simon has a simple cape tutorial on their site that you maybe able to use. I don't know if it's reversible or not but it might be. Just type that name and cape into a search engine and it should come up.

mary candy (author)2011-06-08

I would love to see a full instructable on this ;)
Maybe a pattern would be great.
It is sooooo sweet !

jadekikyo (author)mary candy2011-06-09

Thank you very much. I'm glad you like it. I've got three little ones 3 and under so I haven't had the time to do any tutorials just yet. Maybe in the future though. :-)

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