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Friday, 12 October 2012

Cape Collection: More Pirate than Dracula




I made this cape using the Cape Dracula pattern from Geri of Sewable. It think it turned out to make me look more of a pirate than a vampire, because of the colors and the belt! 

I also made the buttons with Fimo. And used an old buckle for the belt.

Fiz esta capa usando o modelo Cape Dracula desenhado pela Geri, do blog Sewable. Acho que acabou por ficar mais uma capa pirata do que vampiresca, por causa das cores e do cinto! 

Também fiz os botões usando Fimo. E usei uma fivela antiga para o cinto.








 
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13 comments:

  1. Cute cape jacket! Thanks for the support! Following you back now. :)

    xo - Sheila

    www.sheislovelyblog.com

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  2. Wow, you made this? That's so cool! It looks amazing!
    New to your blog and love it already! Can't wait to read more :)
    Sapir
    thesapphirequeen.blogspot.com

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  3. Cute jacket, you are a talented sewer! I want one of these now :)

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  4. Vey cute jacket!!

    Would you like to follow each other on facebook and bloglovin? Let me know dear!!!


    http://www.thefashionheels.com/

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  5. Very cool!!! Thanks for sharing at the Pomp Party!

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  6. that is a such a unique coat! love it :)

    happyleeliving.blogspot.com

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  7. I LOVE your blog...Great photos!Really enjoying:) Please check mines If you want we can follow also with bloglovin, google+, twitter and facebook?
    Come back soon to visit my blog, I'll be waiting for you!!

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  8. I'm so impressed that you made your buttons as well. Looks great. Lovely shape. Thanks for joining us on WW

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  9. Hi Rita. I read yesterday that exegerated volumne was a coming SS13 trend - go you - this jacket is right on the money! Linking up via Create/Hope/Inspire WW :)

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  10. Very cute!!

    Thanks for linking up at the CHQ Blog Hop! Hope you made lots of new bloggy friends!! xo, Meredith @ www.waittilyourfathergetshome.com

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  11. So neat to see you sewing your designer jacket. What a great job you've done, and making your own buttons...that's creative and inspiring. I think it has Multi-plicity...works for both of the events you mentioned or any other where original fashion savy is appreciated. Well done. I'm a sewer, too, and have posted about my Sewing/Needleworking Nest...aka studi/sewing room. Hope you can stop by CollectInTexas Gal...I'm on the I Love Friday Link Party.

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  12. thanks for sharing..

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  13. This looks lovely - I've never seen a cape jacket before :)

    Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity

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