Apr 7, 2012

The Audrey Cape Outfit

I am practically giddy with my latest sewing projects. I am soooo happy with how The Audrey Cape turned out!

 I followed the tutorial found at Simple Simon and Co. for this rather easy project. But what I love about it is that it looks more complicated than it was. (Or at least, I think it does.) I found this purplish-pink wool at Joann's (50% off this week!) and the silky liner (clearance shelf!) and put the the two together to make this cape. I made the button too.
 It has such a vintage look to it, hence the name. I don't imagine my mom would enjoy being called vintage, but this is something that I imagine she might've worn when she was a little school girl. It just has that look to it.
Here's a look inside at the lining.

 And since the cape is made just like a circle skirt, I decided to make one of those too out of my remaining wool. I followed Dana's circle skirt tutorial at MADE.
 Since it's been cooler around here for the last week or so, I figured this outfit, paired with some thick white tights and mary jane stride rites would look great for Easter mass. And egg hunting.
I cannot WAIT to put my little girl in these tomorrow morning!!!
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  1. Your cape looks great! Super fabric choice and the matching skirt is great...We're starting the sew along for Project Run and Play on Monday and it is a remix of Dana's skirt---you should upload it to the Flicker group!

  2. Wow!!! I love the cape! You're so talented!!! It looks so professionally done, and I love the fabrics you chose for it.
    Happy Easter!


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