This cute, reversible girls cape pattern is an ideal Winter sewing pattern. It is lined and reversible, so all your stitching is hidden inside the cape, and no serger is required. I have used Velcro for the tab fastening, but you could also use a button or even a sew-in press stud. Make it plain and simple, or add a fun applique like this little red riding hood.
Girls Cape Pattern Tutorial
Cape Pattern Sizing
This cape pattern comes in kid's sizes 2 to 8. Designed to be loose, it comes to the waist so kids can easily use their arms and have fun playing without being restricted.
Supplies and Notions
- Fabric for the main outside of the cape – 1 ¼ yards (1.15m)
- Lining fabric – 1 ¼ yard (1.15m)
- Velcro – 2 inches of 1 inch wide (5cm x 2.5cm)
- A scrap of fusible interfacing for the tab
Fabric Choices for Cape Patterns
For the outside of the girl's cape pattern, I like to use corduroy, light wool, or fleece. Denim in a light or medium weight also looks amazing and is easy to sew. This gives some body to the cape and adds a little warmth. My red cape sample was made using velvet, but admittedly, this was much harder to sew than the corduroy and denim samples.
Use a slightly thinner lining to reduce bulk. Quilting cotton works well and is easy to sew.
The Girls Cape Pattern
Purchase the pattern from my website at www.treasurie.com or from the link below. The little red Riding Hood applique is included in the pattern pieces.
Are you new to PDF sewing patterns or my patterns? See my article, including a video on printing PDF patterns. Don’t forget to measure the test square to ensure your pattern has printed to scale.
The Cape Pattern Video, How to Make a Cape
Here is my cape pattern video showing you the steps to making your cape. There are also written instructions in the pattern, of course. Grab a chocolate biscuit, press play, sit back and relax. Subscribe to the TREASURIE YouTube channel for weekly sewing videos.
Girls Cape Pattern - In Conclusion
How did you go with your girl's cape pattern? Thanks for watching, and if you have any questions, you can comment below.