circular cape : You will need: 1-½ yard of fashion fabric, 54″wide Coordinating double-folded bias binding, ¼” wide Coordinating thread Tailor’s chalk Tape measure
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Circle Wrap: clear instructions on this Threads website. TIPS: Using a fine grade of felt or a microfiber blanket (or similar) makes this a "no sew" option. To line: sew it right sides together, leave small section unstitched--turn right side out; now measure and mark your armholes, make buttonholes where the armhole makings are, cut open the armholes and you're done. If you make armholes nearer one edge than the other, you can wear it with a larger cape or smaller cape.
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Wool Poncho DIY: This is probably the easiest poncho you'll ever make that you'll actually wear more than once. It's made from a thick woven wool in a graphic herringbone print. All you need to be able to do to sew your own is cut and sew in straight lines. Easy!