DIY & Crafts

DIY Frozen Elsa Dress {tutorial} The Cape

Today is the last day for the DIY Elsa Dress tutorial. To find Step 1: Buying the Materials and Sparkle Top, click HERE. To find Step 2: The Skirt, click HERE.

Today we are on to the Cape!

One thing that I didn’t make quite clear is this. Once I ruffled the top, I folded the edge over and sewed it down to make a finished edge. Just didn’t want you to think it was a raw edge on top! Make sure to zig zag stitch or use a serger on the top edge before you ruffle.


I hope you have enjoyed this fun tutorial. Come back next week for more Birthday ideas..including more FROZEN fun!


See part 1: Materials and Sparkle Top HERE:

See part 2:The Skirt HERE:

See how to make a Baby Elsa Dress HERE:


5 thoughts on “DIY Frozen Elsa Dress {tutorial} The Cape

  1. Love this! Just pinned. My daughter would love this so much, they can’t stop singing the songs!

  2. Meghan says:

    The link to step 2 isn’t working. Can you post it again?

  3. ashley says:

    i am kinda new to sewing and love the cape you made! I am a little confused on how you got the snowflakes onto the cape. is there anyway you can explain it in a little bit more? detail? I have never used wonder under before! Thank you!!!

    1. Kiki Comin says:

      ashley, no problem! wonder under can be your new best friend. 🙂 wonder under is a material that allows you to iron the fabric to it. your fabric will now have a paper backing that will be easy to cut out (just like you are cutting paper snowflakes. next, peel the paper off of the back of the snowflake and iron it right on to your cape and then stitch right on top of it. the wonder under will allow it to stay in place while you sew. i use it for SO many things. 🙂 hope that helped. thanks!

  4. Raquel says:

    Awesome! I know it’s a long way from Halloween, but I plan on making an Elsa dress, with a few modifications to make it better for an older girl. 🙂

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