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Reversible 4-in-1 Cape

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Surprisingly, my son has yet to waver from his desire to be an astronaut for Halloween this year, but here’s something I made him last year in an attempt to cover his ever-changing alter-egos: a reversible, 4-in-1 cape. With two colors to choose from plus button-on embellishments and a button-on hood, he can quickly transform himself from knight to dragon to super hero to king.  I also made a red and pink superhero/princess/butterfly/Little Red Riding hood cape for my niece. For the butterfly, I added loops of ribbon at the front corners of the cape that she can slip over her wrists, and a large loop of ribbon with velcro at either end to gather up the middle of the back of the cape and turn it into wings.
I can’t post the material from the article and audio slideshow tutorial I did for The Associated Press last year because of copyright restrictions, but the links below will get you there. Or you can click on the links in my tutorial page.
Reversible Cape AP Article & Tutorial

Reversible Cape AP Audio Slideshow

3 comments to Reversible 4-in-1 Cape

  • […] Head over to Stitch/Craft to read about an awesome 4-in-1 costume cape that allows your child to use one cape to become 4 different characters.  The one pictured at Stitch/Craft is a knight, dragon, a super hero, and a king cape all rolled into one.  For fairy tale play, you could make a superhero-Red Riding Hood-princess-butterfly combination.  Go to Stitch/Craft to read more and to get the link to the tutorial. […]

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