Posts Tagged ‘cape’

Caped. Shortly. In the dark.

Foto-1981Foto-1980

I put the cape on yesterday afternoon. It was a bit tight over the shoulders, the holes were meant for her hands to stick out, not the shoulders , so it looks a bit more like a dress than a cape. The dark falls early in Stockholm in the fall, so the pictures aren’t great. When I came back to take some better ones at noon today, the cape was already gone. Feels a bit sad actually. This time I signed my creation, though, so maybe I’ll get some feedback from the person who took it.Foto-1977

Baby it’s cold outside

Foto-1964It’s getting cold, so I’ve made a cape for Mimi, the statue I dressed up this summer.

The challenge is to get her arms into it. I’ve made two rectangular openings and hope they’ll be in the right place.

Of course, i could have taken her measurements last time, but where’s the sport in that?

I made the openings by sewing a rectangle of fabric on the right side of the cape, where I wanted the openings. I then cut an opennig in the middle, turned them inside out and fastened the rim with a very narrow zig sag. Foto-1962

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