FREE Switch Out Cape dress up sewing pattern

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Free switch out cape sewing pattern

In this post, we’ve found a designer who has made a whole bunch of superhero capes, that we all know, are an indispensable part of many superhero`s outfits.

Let`s take a look at why we need capes? Superman was the first superhero who had power and abilities far beyond those of mortal men, and he wore a red cape. So, why do superheroes like Batman and Thor wear capes?

Some of them wear capes simply because they serve a practical purpose. Some use them to glide on air across cities, or shield them from harm like having a bulletproof cape, or to disorient their enemies. Superhero capes sure are useful.

Free switch out cape sewing pattern

Surely there is no child, that at least once, didn`t think about what it would be like to have the powers of a superhero and to have one of those magical capes to protect them. With this sewing pattern, you can make your child`s dreams come true. They can be any superhero they want to be.

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And another great thing about the Switch Out Cape sewing pattern is that it is completely FREE. If you would like a copy then you should click on the button at the end of this post.

This is a super fun project and the cape is simple to make. Very few supplies are required and you can easily customize it to fulfil your child`s wishes. The pattern comes in three sizes: 3, 6 and 9.

Free switch out cape sewing pattern

So now you need to choose some great felt fabric in a color you want, plus a simple t-shirt that you don`t use anymore, and then let your imagination do the work and create a unique cape for your little hero.

Supplies that you will need to make the Switch Out Cape:

Click here to get the free pattern