Added Dec 4, 2013
E Ville, Indiana...
i bought some super soft chevron material and i couldn’t get past the want to use the softest part on the inside (it’s been chilly around here!) so i did.. it started as a jacket, then i had another idea and wanted to make it into a cape. the cape style is reminiscent of late 1800’s early 1900’s womens capes. No sleeves, only arm holes. I did not line it, the fabric is sooo soft and i added an industrial stainless steel snap closure. I made it roomy, it will fit a small to a large and has a blanket feel to it. It’s weird and I love it!
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