Today and tomorrow are about the new Superman v Batman motion picture! I have a sewing instructional exercise for a Wonder Woman cape (go young lady!) with the cool new Wonder Woman logo that I've transformed into a downloadable SVG document that you can cut on your Cricut or Silhouette.
Truly, I understand that Wonder Woman doesn't wear a cape, however in the event that you need your child to wear a bodice and hotpants, you'll need to make your own instructional exercise for that! Ha!)
Measure in 5″ on the top and 14″ on the base and draw a line with chalk or a vanishing marker. I utilized two long rulers to do it, yet any long-something will work. At that point cut. wonder woman iron on logo.
With the cape still collapsed, round the outside base corner. I utilized a container to get the general layout of where I needed to cut.
Utilize the equivalent round-thing to remove the neck area. The most significant thing is that the top part is 1″ wide.
Utilize the piece you simply slice as a layout to cut the other bit of texture so you have two indistinguishable pieces, one blue, one red.
Cut out the two layers for the new Wonder Woman logo (download) utilizing your cutting machine. I utilize the Cricut Design Space, and you'll have to first ungroup the pieces, and after that join the red pieces and the yellow pieces before cutting
Here are a couple screen captures. Initially, select the logo and snap "UnGroup" in the base right. wonder woman iron on logo.
When the pieces are ungrouped, utilizing the "move" key select the three yellow pieces and snap "Connect" in the upper right. Do likewise with the red pieces.
Furthermore, it should cut appropriately! I don't have a clue about the procedure for a Silhouette, yet I accept it ought to be comparative
on the gold layer first, focusing it on the back of your cape, and after that the red diagram, cautiously adjusting it over the gold. For point by point data about utilizing iron-on vinyl
Cut out these stars in white iron-on sparkle vinyl utilizing your cutting machine. Cut out every one of the stars independently and iron them on to the blue back of the cape. I just eyeballed it. wonder woman iron on logo.
Spot the front and back pieces, right sides together. Spot a 12″ bit of twill tape between the two layers, as demonstrated as follows. Secure with a stick.
Sew around the whole cape's edge, leaving an opening at the base for turning. Turn the cape right-side out, pulling the ties tight, and iron the edges. wonder woman iron on logo
Topstitch around the whole cape, verifying the opening you made for turning. What's more, you're finished!