Make this beautiful butterfly cape with just one pattern piece and one very long stitch. Now you'll be runway ready for fall.......
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Step 1: Watch the Video Tutorial Here!
Step 2: You'll Need
1 1/2 yards of 60" wide fabric
1 1/2 yards of 60" wide lining
1/2 yard of butterfly print fabric
Step 3: Cut the Fabric
Fold your fabric in half lengthwise
Fold down one end 13"
Measuring 4" from the corner, draw a 1/4 circle and cut it out
*This will be your neckline
Unfold the fabric and cut up the 9" fold
Step 4: Cut the Lining, Pin and Sew
Place the cut fabric on top of the lining and pin all the way around
Cut the lining so it matches the cut fabric
Stitch both pieces together using 1/2 seam allowance and leaving an 8" wide hole
*The hole is so that you can turn it right side out
Clip all of the corners and around the curve of the neckline
Turn right side out and press flat
Step 5: Make It Fly!
Cut out several fabric butterflies
Figure out your placement on the cape Coat the backs of the butterflies with E-6000 Stitchless and iron in place
Step 6: Add Sparkle and a Closure
Glue sequins on the butterflies with E-6000 Fabri-Fuse to give them more sparkle
Glue a 2" long piece of Velcro the to cape for a closure Hand stitch the 8" long hole closed Let everything dry overnight