1 yard Heat 'n Bond Ultra Hold Fabric Adhesive
1.5 yards cape fabric
.25 yard plain fabric
.25 yard patterned fabric
4 yards matching ribbon
1 large and 1 small star template (see Step 2)
Cut out the cape from solid colored fabric. First fold the fabric in half lengthwise. Have whoever is wearing the cape stand tall and measure from the shoulder to the knee for the LENGTH measurement. At the top of the folded fabric, measure 6" from the fold and mark with a pencil (once you open the fabric this will be 12" across). Measure from the top and mark the LENGTH on the fabric; this will be the bottom of the cape. Measure 15" from that mark, so that when you open the fabric it will be 30" across. Now draw a diagonal line from the bottom measurement to the the top and cut out. Follow stitch witchery instructions to press a 1/2" hem around the entire cape.
Print out large and small star templates. I found these by doing a quick Internet search for "star free clip art." The large star is 6" across and the small is 3" across. Cut out.
Follow Iron-On Fabric Adhesive instructions and adhere one side to the back of the patterned fabric.
Trace 1 large and 8 small stars on the paper side of the Iron-On Fabric Adhesive. Cut out.
Using scissors, trim mask as shown.
Hot glue two small stars to the top corners of the mask. Reserve the other small stars for the cape.
Find a circular object like a bowl that is slightly larger than the large star's width. Use the object to trace and cutout a circle from the solid fabric.
Iron the large star on to the circle.
To center the emblem, fold the cape in half. Measure 10" from the top. Iron-on half of the emblem, then open up cape and iron-on the other half.
Iron-on the remaining small stars all over the cape.
Cut a small hole in the top corners of the cape. Cut the ribbon in half so you have two 2 yard pieces. Thread a piece through each side and knot.
See more ideas for this simple mask craft here.