The original poster provided step-by-step instructions, so no need to re-invent the wheel here! I simply want to share what I did following her directions!
Papa selected which T-shirt from his stash I could use, then I began cutting! First, I cut off the sleeves…
Then up the sides…
Trimmed T-shirt into a cape shape and removed a section from the neck binding.
As recommended, I attached Velcro for the neck closure, but rather than sew it on, I used a fabulous product, Liquid Stitch!
Then I made a logo:
From the T-shirt sleeves, and a piece of lightweight iron-on interfacing, I cut out the Batman shape. After attaching the interfacing, using Liquid Stitch, I attached Batman to a yellow-goldish color rectangle of felt. Once dry, I trimmed the felt into an oval shape.
By the way….
In addition to the
, we’re giving Reid a “big-boy” fishing rod/reel. Yes, the little guy snagged the largest fish of all during their visit here over Memorial weekend using a “toy” rod/reel! Batman Cape
His dad became the Super Hero when taking his time pulling in the catfish without breaking the line!
I would love to know if you also make a
! Super Hero Cape