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Vampire Cape Pattern

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Beginner

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  • Construction
  • Fundamentals
  • Serging

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Pattern Details

This is the vampire cape pattern, a perfect sewing project for the upcoming cold, grey, lazy sewing October days. Making Halloween outfits for teenagers is very hard these days. The media, tv shows and movies often have children overly sexualized, preying upon the need for kids to belong to a pack as it is our mammalian nature. So what is the alternative? My answer is a costume that is either funny or cool. Since a sense of humour is subject to culture and interpretation I will leave that to you guys, I am going for cool. This is a vampire cape pattern for a unisex Halloween costume that can be stitched in a couple of hours. It uses your sewing scraps and an old t-shirt, and turns it into a cool and striking costume (plus reducing the budget significantly). The original cape is short but I will also be showing you how to make the long version. It will fit a person 4'3″ to 5'7″, from about 3XS to 2XL. The full costume is very easy to fit, so easy that I can make a large dog can wear it. See George our new model down below, although I am not so sure he is so happy, luckily he will do anything for a treat.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1.2 to 1.5 yards of two-way stretch black knit fabric
  • 1/2 yard of white two-way stretch fabric OR an old white t-shirt
  • 12" X 6" red knit

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