The Gang’s Capes – Hannah

Fairy Tale Cape by thisblogisnotforyou.comMay I present – Hannah and her gorgeous Fairy Tale Cape (she really looks as if she walked right out of a fairy tale)! You can read Hannah’s full review on the pattern on her blog Madewithhugsandkisses.com. You should also check out the awesome sewing machine tattoo she got last week (I’m a bit jealous)!

Hannah’s cape turned out to be super fabulous! Fairy Tale Cape by thisblogisnotforyou.comHannah used a dusty pink suiting style fabric for her cape and chose to line it with the “softest, fluffiest fabric you have ever felt”. It really does look very soft, fluffy and comfy, I have to say! And it goes so well with the dusty pink colour of the cape. I love how you can see the little fluffy furry bits at the hem and front of the cape. It makes it look so cosy!Fairy Tale Cape by thisblogisnotforyou.com

Such a beautiful cape! Thank you, Hannah! x

If you’d like to make your own version of the Fairy Tale Cape – you can download the pattern here!


Happy sewing!

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2 thoughts on “The Gang’s Capes – Hannah

  1. All of the capes are really cute. I’ve made capes from a pattern a number of years ago. One for my daughter for her wedding (dark red velvet with white fleece lining) to be worn in December. It kept her and her soon to be husband warm. Also made a white cape for my daughter in law to be for her wedding day. It was lighter weight, but she said it still was quite warm. 3 weeks after my daughters wedding. And somewhere in there was Christmas too. I was worn completely out! But they looked pretty as the girls above did/do.

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