Added Dec 21, 2011
Grand Rapids, Mi...
My friend Matt really likes to bake and he also thinks he’s a superhero. So, the idea came about that he wanted to combine a cape and an apron and call it a Cape-ron. And that’s exactly what he got!
I didn’t use a pattern for this and mostly just eyed it.
Really, all I did was cut a semicircle and sew on some bias tape, then I added a D-ring on one side of the neck so he could adjust accordingly. I just cut a circle out of another coordinating fabric for his superhero circle and I cut out a “M” to applique to the middle of the cape.
Cotton/poly blend, Metal D-ring, bias tape.
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