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mckaboolaurox
« on: June 14, 2011 02:23:40 PM »

Sorry if it's awkwardly set up, it's my first time posting
My friends and I are planning on dressing up to the renaissance festival and what costume would be complete with out cloaks? Sorry there is an overload of pictures *blush*
My friend as seen below is planning on going to ren fest as a higher ranked citizen so we decided to use a brown velveteen material I had lying around for her cloak (We did hem it up more when it was no longer 2 in the mornin')
*Also, we are much older than we look hahah well maybe 2-3 years or so
My Friend trying on a cloak I made
Back and hood(up)
Stitching around hood- for where cloak and hood meet (casing with elastic)
Inside of cloak
This is now me in another cloak I made for another friend, She is planning on going as a pirate-y costume and decided she wanted a rougher looking cloak (no bottom hem, rougher sewing job, We are planning on wearing it out a bit)
Side View

Perfect for all you hobbits, Elves, People receiving gifts from elves, and all those of you with cloak fetishes (Hey Cloaks are cool, bow ties are too Wink )
WARNING! This cloak may make you want to travel to mount doom also causing you to feel the need to throw your precious items into a fiery pit of doom (hence mount doom)
« Last Edit: June 14, 2011 04:29:10 PM by mckaboolaurox » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2011 03:10:10 PM »

Are they both the same pattern? The rough one has a pointy hood which is very rogueish and the velveteen one has a wonderful drape to it.
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mckaboolaurox
« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2011 03:31:59 PM »

Yep not even a pattern really, the hood is 15 by 30 then the width for the cape depends on how much of a drape you want to it, and then same process for the velveteen one it's just sewn a little differently to give it a richer feel. Also Thank's I'm glad to hear that it's easy to recognize okay this cloaks the thieves and this one belongs to the daughter of a knight type thingie?
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« Reply #3 on: June 15, 2011 02:38:25 AM »

Don't worry, that is very clear!
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