What was your source for this sewing project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo B5684 Link to website or photo www.flickr.com/photos/scheri_sews/8037948545/ What are you most proud of? That I did not quit. My pattern matches perfectly. Tried a new technique from Nancy Zieman book and the collar is perfect with no bulk at front point. OMG was this fabric tough to work with the metallic threads and the thickness of the fabric made it a challenge for my Baby Lock. But I played and played with test scraps till I got the stitches good. Then finishing seams. Well they ravel like crazy so I knew the serger was my only hope. Watched the serger class here on craftsy and decided to try both a (4) thread wide and narrow. Nope. Then tried a (3) thread overlock and it worked. Thank you Amy Allen for your great serger course. My next challenge was the button holes. This fabric is so lofty the stitches are invisible no matter what color thread I use. Tried basting nope. Tried using tissue marked with button hole placement. Nope. Finally I asked for help on pattern review and I was sent a link to "space Tape" what a cool notion. Imagine button holes spaced on tape you can sew through and tear away. So now I wait on the "space tape" The other challenge is to find a suitable dark navy blue wide belt with silver hardware. Nope. I went to my local mall and spoke with shoemaker he took my measurements and is making me a belt in the color I need and adding silver hardware. I will take a picture of me in cape with buttons and belt as soon as I get the buttons done. What am I most proud of that a muslin will be a finished garment if it kills me! What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you want a cape check out all the fabulous patterns. They are a quick and easy project (just use a easier fabric) Plan your garment, finishing such as buttons and belt and it will be a breeze.