Comfy Fall Cape Tutorial


Comfy Fall Cape Tutorial


Comfy Fall Cape Tutorial
Comfy Fall Cape Tutorial

Leave summer weather behind and wrap yourself up in style this fall with this gorgeous Comfy Fall Cape Tutorial. Nothing screams fall like luxuriously warm flannels, so what better way to perfect the comfy casual look than with this beginner sewing tutorial. The blanket scarf trend is everywhere, and this DIY cape lets you create a pretty fall wrap that's incredibly warm and cozy, meaning it's ideal for hayrides or cuddling up around a bonfire. The best part about this top to sew is that it only has 5 steps, meaning it's an incredibly simple and quick sewing project. Step up your fashion game this fall with this easy tutorial for how to make a wrap.


Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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This is a super simple cape made lovely just by the use of the plaid wool fabric. The flowy drape of the wool fabric makes it perfect for a fall cover-up. I like the look of the frayed edges front and back and would probably cut off the selvages on the sides, stitch a running stitch near the edges and fray those too.

I love this comfy fall cape. I have seen these being worn and the cape looks like it would be very warm and cozy and I love that unlike a jacket or bulky sweater it does not feel tight around your arms. I am so glad I ran into this tutorial because I see how quick and easy this is to make that anyone can make it.Just cut a straight square and make a V in middle to fit the neck. I think I will find a fabric that I can fringe or find a fringe trim and add to bottom of hem all the way around. Can not wait to make one.

The The Comfy Fall Cape Tutorial is simple and easy. I would even say it doesn't even need to be a pattern. LOL. After all, it's just a big square piece of fabric with a few cuts. These can be made quickly, and inexpensively. Now finding some nice fabrics at an affordable price is probably the most challenging part of this project. I just find it unfortunate that we have to go to another blog and then scroll down a very longgg post to get to the actual instructions. Her blog is beautiful, and full of good pictures...however I was more interested in getting to the good stuff, which was supposed to be a tutorial. It was very short and there are no pictures to show how the sewing part was done.

This is gorgeous! I definitely need one of these to keep by my desk at work this winter!


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