Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Batman Cape Tutorial

Here it is the long awaited tutorial for the Batman Cape, sorry it has taken so long but well life happened and this just got put on the back burner. Anyway let's get started you will need: 
Black and yellow fleece (I got a 1/2 yard black and 1/4 yard yellow)
 measuring tape,
 glue gun,
small bowl,
batman logo
 Start by measuring your child from the his shoulder to his heal(or how long you want the cape to be). Mine is 25in long. With your fabric folded measure and cut your length.
 Then measure your child from shoulder to shoulder, mark it with a pin.
 Lay your measuring tape from the bottom corner of your fabric to your pin, using the measuring tape as a guide pin your fabric, like this..
 Keep your cape folded and using your bowl trace 3 half circles, they can be the same size or different sizes.
 I made a larger half circle close to the fold, then I went smaller.
 This is what it should look like opened up.
 Take your batman logo and pin it to your yellow fleece, cute it out and pin it to the back of your cape.
 Cut a 2 in wide strip as long as you want for ties. Mine was 32 in long. Lay 2 in strip flat and line cape about 1 inch in then fold over the strip and pin it to the cape. Then get out your handy dandy glue gun (that's right I said glue gun) and glue your batman symbol, and your ties. And that's it.
 And there ya have it a fast, easy quick no sew batman cape, any superhero would love!!

na,na,nanananananana BATMAN!!!


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