Asked by: Ruperto Piedras
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Last Updated: 23rd Jul 2024

How do I make a hooded cape?

Your neckline should be pinned to the hood side. Before you begin pinning, fold under 1/2a3 at the end of your facing. Attach the hood to your cape using the same stitching line. Flip the neckline over and fold the raw edge 1/4a3 under. Pin to the cape.



How much fabric do you need to make a cape?

What you'll need

  1. You will need approximately 1-2 yards of fabric, depending on how long you want it to be. You can choose any color. The width of the fabric's bolts is different, so the cape will have more flow if it has a wider bolt.
  2. Scissors.
  3. A sewing machine or sewing kit.
  4. Measure tape.
  5. Sewing chalk.

Also, what amount of fabric is required to make a hooded coat? A full circle cloak measuring 56 inches in back requires 7 yards of 60 inch wool. At $10 per yard, the cloak will be $169 plus the cost for the clasp.

How do you make a hooded Poncho?

  1. To form a large triangle, fold your 45-inch square from polar fleece in half.
  2. In the middle of the folded edge, cut a half-circle.
  3. Fold the 12-inch by 24 inch polar fleece in half.
  4. Sew one of the open edges perpendicular the folded edge.
  5. Turn the hood upside down.

How do you make a half-circle cape?

The half circle can be folded into a quarter circle. You can then use the string on the other end to make a 5-inch hole in the top for your head. Fold the half-circle and glue the ends together using fabric glue or sew with your sewing machine. Make the collar shape you want for your cape.