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    • Tenille

      Thank you Michelle, I think we all have a super hero inside of us, the cape helps to bring it out.

    • Tenille

      Thank you Diane, they were running “super fast” with their capes, certainly was a bit of magic in the air!

  1. Wow, what an original interpretation of this pattern! I would never have thought of this idea… and your kids look like they just LOVE the outcome. Your fabric is fantastic!

    • Tenille

      Thank you Natalie, the fabric was quite a good find and really did make my idea come to life.

  2. […] Tenille Brien of Tenille’s Thread used the Tobias pattern to create three magical capes. She writes, “The length is just right– there is plenty of twirl, but they are still able to play in it, without tripping over it; the shape of the hem is lovely. And there is so much flexibility; depending on the choice of fabric and adding trims, this pattern could suit so many different occasions, and its also gender neutral.” Tenille added initials for a superhero vibe, and the result was three happy, twirling kiddos. Check out the photos and Tenille’s tutorial for how to add a lining to the cape at Tenille’s Thread. […]

  3. […] Tenille Brien of Tenille’s Thread used the Tobias pattern to create three magical capes. She writes, “The length is just right– there is plenty of twirl, but they are still able to play in it, without tripping over it; the shape of the hem is lovely. And there is so much flexibility; depending on the choice of fabric and adding trims, this pattern could suit so many different occasions, and its also gender neutral.” Tenille added initials for a superhero vibe, and the result was three happy, twirling kiddos. Check out the photos and Tenille’s tutorial for how to add a lining to the cape at Tenille’s Thread. […]

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