Ready for Hogwarts? Like the use of the weed fleece - I must look for some.
Caroline so you start a new business in creating outdoor-clothing? ;o)
Looks great and would be a good idea for our weather at Halloween.
I used a IKEA-fleeceplaid last year for the cape and a black skirt for Anna and a top for Felix. Have always some of them in the cupboard for urgent sewing/embroidery-actions :o)
Great job! I know the black plastic sheets for the garden, but never heard about this fabric. Great idea!
The design on the hat look like a celtic knot. This look really nice. I'm sure your grandson loved it. I do have to ask what is weed sheeting? Oh - I just read one of the other comments. Now I understand what it is. May have to try this for stabilizer - getting so I can't afford the real stuff. Thanks for sharing with us. I learn so much from this site.
This looks great, and even if they get wet it won't hurt it. Good thinking! And when the kids outgrow their need for black capes, you can always use it to keep weeds out of the garden. The neighbours will think you've gone bats, embroidering on your weed sheeting, hee hee hee. Anything to decorate, you know. Hugs, Marji
Marji I love your reply. Dont think anyone realised what the fabric was. As my neighbours cant see into our garden they wont know I have bats on the veggies. (They do fly about at night though...)- the bats not the neighbours
He he he.....
what a clever substitute! it turned out really well & may even be a bit stronger in the end too!
looks great ..just goes to show you, you can make something out of anything.. great job..
It is wonderful! I think I made 2 of my 3 kids a black cape, they are really versatile.
Great job Asterix/Lillian
Wonderful job!! You never know what you can embroider on, until you try. Very creative to think of the weed block sheeting. I bet no one else knew what it was, if you didn't tell them.
Thanks, it also makes a great substitution for a backing fabric for embroidery. Its cheap too :)
Great job love the quick idea that came about.