Raise your hand if you have seen the movie FROZEN - raise it again if you have seen the movie more than once - keep it up if you burst into the refrain of 'Let It Go' at completely inappropriate moments.... Yep, my hand is still up! This movie has captured my heart and the hearts of many other little girls around the world. Mama's everywhere are scrambling to make their daughters one of the 'looks' of Anna or Elsa, and Designers have been working their tails off to bring patterns inspired by the movie to the market.
Today we want to help you out with your FROZEN wardrobe, by bringing you an easy and beautiful tutorial for creating the classic capes of Anna from the movie (honestly, I think this tutorial could work perfectly for Elsa's Coronation Outfit as well, but that doesn't seem to be the more popular of her two looks.)
Anyway - here is the ever talented Sarah of Blogs Like A Mother to show you exactly how to create your own!
I folded this piece in half lengthwise and marked and cut a curved edge.
With right sides together, pin and then stitch the collar along the neckline.
|Nothing a little magic eraser can't take care of!|
On the cape itself, there is a scalloped pattern that I decided to incorporate into mine. Again, I used the silhouette studio software to come up with a design and then cut it out of freezer paper.
|Didn't take any chances this time! I put some heavy card stock under it.|
And this is what it looked like when I removed the freezer paper stencil. Pretty cool, huh?