Want to know how to make a cape? If you’re looking to complete a DIY costume or just want to play dress up, these DIY cape ideas will help! From halloween, to full-blown FALL fashion! It’s hard to resist a good cape.
How to Make a Cape | DIY Cape Ideas
My son recently has a fascination with capes. Whether it be a superhero cape or a hooded cloak, he absolutely loves them. So like the good mom I always try to be, I made a roundup of DIY cape ideas to make. Grab your sewing machine and let’s get creative!
1. DIY Raven Teen Titans Cosplay
Planning to attend a cosplay? Why not be Raven from Teen Titans? See how you can make it here.
2. DIY Marc Jacobs Bow Cape
Now this may be something you wouldn’t wear in a cosplay or costume party, but I sure would want to make one. Check it out here.
3. Red Riding Hood Cape
Go down a trip to Grandma’s house wearing this DIY cape. Get the tutorial here.
4. DIY Cozy, Stylish Winter Cape
Like the bow cape, this is something for the stylish moms and teens out there. Don’t let winter come and go without this. Get the steps here.
5. No-Sew Spiderweb Cape
If you’re prepping for Halloween then this is a quick no-sew fix you can make. Get the instructions here.
6. No-Sew Halloween Cloak
Quick and super easy. You’ll just need three things and you’re good to go. Get the tutorial here.
7. Princess Anna Cape
Here’s a great DIY cape you can make for your little girl. I’m sure she’ll love it. Get the steps here.
8. DIY Superhero Costume
Repurpose an old t-shirt into a superhero cape. Get the tutorial here.
9. Reversible Hooded Capes
Who doesn’t want a cape you can reverse? See how you can make one here.
10. Fast Long Cape
Have an hour? Here’s your next sewing project. Get the instructions here.
Want to see how to make a cape? Watch this DIY video tutorial from Ann Le:
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