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1. (WO2018081838) WINGED CAPE FOR CHILDREN'S PLAY
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CLAIMS

What is claimed is:

1. A winged cape for wearing by a person, comprising:

a flexible inner web and a flexible outer web, each web sharing a common outline representing a pair of wings, each web mutually fixed at least along their common outline, each web having a top edge and at least one side edge;

at least four parallel arm slots formed through the inner web to define sleeves generally orthogonal to a longitudinal axis of each web, the sleeves mutually coaxially aligned and integrally formed with the inner web;

whereby with each arm of the person positioned through one of the arm sleeves between the arm sleeve and the outer web, the longitudinal axes of the webs are parallel with and aligned with the person's torso, the webs forming the winged cape worn by the person.

2. The winged cape of claim 1 wherein each web is mutually fixed at least along their common outline with a sewn stitch.

3. The winged cape of claim 1 wherein each web is further mutually sewn together along at least two additional stitches outside of the sleeves defined between arm slots in the inner web.

4. The winged cape of claim 1 wherein each sleeve is proximate to and generally parallel with the top edge of the webs.

5. The winged cape of claim 1 further including two opposing elastic finger rings, each fixed with the at least one side edge of the inner web on opposing sides of the longitudinal axes of the webs and proximate to a longitudinal axis of the sleeves, whereby when worn by the person, a finger of each hand of the person may be inserted through one of the finger rings to retain the side edges of the webs with the person's fingers.

6. The winged cape of claim 4 further including two opposing elastic finger rings, each fixed with the at least one side edge of the inner web on opposing sides of the longitudinal axes of the webs and proximate to a longitudinal axis of the sleeves, whereby when worn by the person, a finger of each hand of the person may be inserted through one of the finger ring to retain the side edges of the webs with the person's fingers.

7. The winged cape of claim 1 wherein each arm slot is hemmed with a buttonhole stitch therearound.

8. A winged cape for wearing by a person, comprising:

a flexible inner web and a flexible outer web, each web sharing a common outline representing a pair of wings, each web mutually fixed at least along their common outline with a sewn stitch, each web having a top edge and at least one side edge;

at least four parallel arm slots formed through the inner web to define sleeves generally orthogonal to a longitudinal axis of each web, the sleeves mutually coaxially aligned and integrally formed with the inner web, each sleeve being proximate to and generally parallel with the top edge of the webs;

whereby with each arm of the person positioned between one of the arm sleeves and the outer web, the longitudinal axes of the webs are parallel with and aligned with the person's torso, the webs forming a winged cape worn by the person.

9. The winged cape of claim 8 wherein each web is further mutually sewn together along at least two additional stitches outside of the sleeves defined between arm slots in the inner web.

10. The winged cape of claim 8 further including two opposing elastic finger rings, each fixed with the at least one side edge of the inner web on opposing sides of the longitudinal axes of the webs and proximate to a longitudinal axis of the sleeves, whereby when worn by the person, a finger of each hand of the person may be inserted through one of the finger ring to retain the side edges of the webs with the person's fingers.

11. The winged cape of claim 7 wherein each arm slot is hemmed with a buttonhole stitch therearound.

12. A winged cape for wearing by a person, comprising:

a flexible inner web and a flexible outer web, each web sharing a common outline representing a pair of wings, each web mutually fixed at least along their common outline, each web having a top edge and at least one side edge;

two opposing elastic finger rings each fixed with the at least one side edge of the inner web on opposing sides of the longitudinal axes of the webs;

whereby when worn by the person, a finger of each hand of the person may be inserted through one of the finger ring to retain the side edges of the webs with the person's fingers, the webs forming a winged cape worn by the person.

13. The winged cape of claim 12 wherein each web is mutually fixed at least along their common outline with a sewn stitch.

14. The winged cape of claim 12 wherein each web is further mutually sewn together along at least two additional stitches outside of the sleeves defined between arm slots in the inner web.

15. The winged cape of claim 12 wherein each sleeve is proximate to and generally parallel with the top edge of the webs.

16. The winged cape of claim 12 further including at least four parallel arm slots formed through the inner web to define sleeves generally orthogonal to a longitudinal axis of each web, the sleeves mutually coaxially aligned and integrally formed with the inner web;

whereby with each arm of the person positioned between one of the arm sleeves and the outer web, the longitudinal axes of the webs are parallel with and aligned with the person's torso, the webs forming a winged cape worn by the person.