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Super 'D' Cape - photo 2

DIY Superhero Costume

March 25, 2013 Sarah Coggins

I pinned a tutorial two years ago (yes, 2 years!) from The Southern Institute blog for making a superhero cape and cuff from an adult’s t-shirt. Fast forward to a recent birthday invitation for a superhero party and I finally got around to making this cute superhero costume.

Super 'D' Cape - photo 1

I actually picked up the t-shirt at Goodwill so it cost me under $1.50. All other supplies for the cape and cuff I had in my stash. I purchased the blue/silver reversible mask at Target for $3 (purely a luck find as I passed through the toddler section).

Super 'D' Cape - photo 2

My little superhero was more than excited about his new costume. He had fun checking himself out in the new playroom mirror (finally got it hung!). Super D to the rescue!

Supplies: repurposed t-shirt; cotton fabric; interfacing; iron-on adhesive; velcro; Coats & Clark thread.

Video Tutorial

2 Comments

  • Mandi @ Southern Gnome March 25, 2013 at 10:07 am
    I just love those two pics. Adorable!
    I'm pretty sure this is something I could do. Looks simple enough.
  • Jenny Yarbrough March 26, 2013 at 9:02 am
    Clearly he LOVES IT!! I'm so glad you made his cape, Sarah! And thank you so much for commenting on my blog and letting me know! :) XO
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