Sketch a mask template and then cut elastic that’s a 1/2-inch longer than your template.
Cut both felt pieces to match, then pin them with the fabric tucked between the layers.
Finally, cut out and sew around the eye holes for a reversible mask!
For the cape, take your fabric and cut it into two 31-inch long pieces, stack them and then fold them in half.
With a white pencil or chalk, put a mark at 11-inches into the fabric from one end, and then 5 1/2-inches in from the other end.
With your measuring tape, draw a line from one marked end to the other, and you should have a long, slightly angled line running across your fabric. Cut on that line.
With a dinner-plate, put the round edge at the top of the "skinny" end of your fabric. Trace a line for the neck, and cut across that line. Give all of your corners a little rounding to take the edge off and clean it up. A rotary cutter works great for this!
When you unfurl your fabric bundle, it should look like a cape! Sew around the edges giving the cape a nice hem and leave an opening to turn the project. Just before you turn, notch the curved seam in the neck.
Finally, press your cape and sew the squares of hook & loop into place!
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