Sew A Halloween Cape – 4 Patterns

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Whether you need a vampire cape… a simple princess cape… or a cape lined with fleece… you’ll find the right halloween cape pattern. 3 of these cape patterns are customizable for any size… so yes, you can make these capes for grownups too! Who says we’re too old to dress up??

Choose from:

  • A Super Fast Super Hero Cape
  • A Cozy Warm Child’s Cape
  • Lined Cape with a customizable collar
  • Simple Lined Witch Cape… no collar

Click on the link below to download and print the instructions to sew your capes.

sew super hero cape Sew a super fast super hero cape. This cape is unlined with a ribbon tie at the neck. The printable instructions come with the pattern for the applique star and for a lightning bolt. Click here to download and print these step by step illustrated instructions. ** You can customize this pattern for ANY size cape. Yes, even for grownups. **
sew halloween cape The photo may be the same… but this cape is lined. Line it with fleece to keep your trick-or-treater warm. This cape has a ribbon tie at the neck. The printable instructions come with the pattern for the applique star and for a lightning bolt. Or make it in black and green for a witch cape! Click here to download and print these step by step illustrated instructions. ** You can customize this pattern for ANY size cape. Yes, even for grownups. **
sew super hero cape This cape pattern allows you to make a really nice cape that is lined and has a customizable collar. You can make it shorter and stiffer to make a vampire like collar… or make it longer and have it fold over like in the photo. This cape has a ribbon tie at the neck. The printable instructions come with the pattern for the applique star design and the lightning bolt design. Click here to download and print these step by step illustrated instructions. ** You can customize this pattern for ANY size cape. Yes, even for grownups. **
make a cape I don’t have a photo of this cape yet… but this is the perfect little child’s cape. It is lined with a hook and loop closure at the neck. Very simple. It is 30″ total from the top of the collar to the bottom edge. You could even make it unlined with one layer of fleece! Click here to download and print these step by step illustrated instructions.

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