Added Dec 12, 2011
I have finally got pictures taken of my winter cape. Last year, I created a spring cape that I could wear in warmer weather. I loved it and wanted to make a second. The winter in Oregon is usually warm enough to wear a cape, but really rainy. I wanted a hood on the cape to keep out the rain. I had some black fabric that I got for free and some soft velvety flower printed fabric that I got for really cheap. I drafted a hood from a jacket that I wear during the winter. I added a few extra inches so that it would fall out in a more dramatic way. I decided to make the belt with a belt look instead of a tie because the fabric looked like a bathrobe tie once tied. I had found the sparkly belt buckle at a flea market in Maine for a dollar. I then found some gloves at a shop for $4. In these photos I am wearing Versace pants and an angora sweater that I got during a clothing swap party.
To see some of my other projects, please check out my blog,
The Make Do Project.
cotton,velveteen, rhinestone belt buckle
BurdaStyle Project of the Week
Meg made this edgy variation of the Open Back Dress!
Pattern of the Week
This fitted jacket will keep you warm and stylish on those cool summer nights!
Dive back into 1956 with this stylish two in one pant suit pattern!
Member Project of the Week
Get inspired by printed floral bustier dress with flounce! It is so summery.
The style is cool and sporty beach wear that can be worn anywhere!
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