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Simple Hooded Cloak Pattern by Nenesta Simple Hooded Cloak Pattern by Nenesta
Since I got some questions about the pattern I used for my Fleece Cloak.... There you go :dummy:

This looks so professional, I can hardly believe I made this :lmao: Okay, jokes aside, when I make something just for myself my patterns really don't look anything that clean.

I hope this is helpful. And as always, if you got questions just ask me :la:
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:iconamoritaluno:
Hello! 

I am making a similar cloak and I am wondering... 

How did you decide what size semicircle to put on the cloak part? 
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Nenesta Apr 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
The width was pretty limited by how much fabric I had, for the length I just measured on myself how long I wanted my cloak to be.
Hope that helps! =)
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:iconmilkykisses:
What an awesome pattern! I really like how the back drapes without having to ruche the top of the cloak. I was wondering how did you hem around the bottom edges and the hood?
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Nenesta Oct 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
As you can see here I just used my sewing machine's simple zig-zag stitch for hemming =)
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ninarosethorn Sep 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
is it possible for the cloak to wrap all the way around the front of the body? i'm looking to make a cloak to wear to a renaissance fair in october with only a bandeau-style top underneath... meaning it will be cold. I love the design of this and i'm just about to use it but i want to make sure it'll work for me first. 
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Nenesta Sep 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You'd need a full circle cloak for that, this one is open in the front. There should be some good patterns here on dA, I hope you'll find one that suits your needs =)
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ninarosethorn Sep 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
okay! thanks for the advice
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angelfabeth Sep 25, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Awesome!
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Nenesta Sep 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks =)
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:iconbatwinged-squirrel:
Oooh, that does look simple! What sort of fabric would you recommend? I'm planning to make one to wear in November/December for Comic-Con, so it should ideally be pretty warm.
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