This Royal Cape can be made from relatively inexpensive velour or velvet and can be made up quite quickly. Your free pattern features two different lengths depending on the look you are going for or the age of child that you are making for.
These capes are great for World Book Day, Halloween, Prince and Princess dress-up parties or just a great addition to your dressing up box.
See the blog for instructions on how to make your Royal Cape
This pdf contains the tiled pattern pieces required to make either a short or long Royal Cape. The pdf features layers so that if you like, you can print out just the size you need. Make sure that you also check the Pattern Information box too as this layer includes the collar and interfacing pattern pieces.
When you print out your pattern pieces make sure that you print them actual size and don’t scale or fit to page. There is a test square on page 1 if you are not sure and want to check before printing all of the pages. The pattern pages are designed to be printed out on either A4 or US letter.
There’s something a little magical about woodland creatures. Make this applique Fox Pocket and add it to something special to give it a little woodland charm.
Try adding a fox pocket to a little girl’s dress, use it as a pocket on the back of a pair of boy’s trousers or use it as a feature on a bag.
This pattern won a competition and appeared in the 10th edition of Crafty magazine in the UK!
Applique t-shirts are just so cute and making your own is a great way to make something unique.
Your FREE pattern includes digitally drawn pattern pieces and the blog post features step by step instructions for adding this design to your own t-shirt.