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where can i find some? and, how small/big do they come? like, if i wanted one for a 1 yo, and my dh <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/wink1.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="wink1"> (haha) could i get them in those sizes? dh can use a sheet, im 1/2way kidding there! but i cannot find a playcape by googling it. are they called something else? spam me please!
 

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Couldn't you just adapt an infant towel? or blanket? or this weekend I actually showed dd some scarves I had and they've worked well as a cape, stole, headwrap, peek-a-boo toy and a means of exploring new tactile sensations. (one of them is sort of see through with a pattern)
 

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I bought my son a wonderful purple velour cape from Hearthsong a few years ago. I swear he has spent much of his time from age 3 until 5.5 dressed in that cape (as a superhero, pirate, magician, Jedi, general, etc)! There is a brand called Great Pretenders (I think) that also makes nice quality dress up clothes. Playstore also sells capes. Not sure about the adult- if you sew, I noticed the other day at the fabric store that there are lots of adult and child cape patterns that look pretty easy.
 

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They have some cute ones in the active play area on this site:<br><br><a href="http://www.playstoretoys.com/" target="_blank">http://www.playstoretoys.com/</a>
 
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