Added Sep 25, 2009
by A. Nguyen
Austin, Texas, U...
I drew up this pattern for a local meetup.com sewing workshop. It is for a cloak, optionally with a hood, in sizes XS-S (32,34), M (36,38,40), and L-XL (42,44,46,48). You can vary the length to suit: you can make it hip length, thigh length, or floor length, or any length you want.
Note 1: this pattern is unisex, but it is denoted as for women ’cause burdastyle is kinda dumb that way. :)
Note 2: this pattern is seasonless but is denoted as “Fall” ‘cause that’s when Halloween is, plus burdastyle made me select a season.
Note 3: all pattern pieces are labeled with the same name: this project’s title! Here’s what they’re supposed to be:
#1 Cloak, sizes XS-S (32,34), M (36,38,40), L-XL (42,44,46,48)
#2 Hood, size XS-S (32,34), M (36,38,40), L-XL (42,44,46,48)
Note 4: I’m including fabric yardage requirements here, ‘cause even though I did have to enter yardage requirements when adding the patterns, I don’t see the yardage requirements anywhere in the project.
Cloak, fabric width 45" or 60":
S: (length of cloak x 2) + 3.5"
M: (length of cloak x 2) + 4.5"
L: (length of cloak x 2) + 5"
Hood, fabric width 45" or 60":
1/2 yd, all sizes
suitings, corduroy, heavy satin, velvet, flowy drapery material
Add to Favorites 20 people added it
Burda Style Videos
Help us count down our TOP 10 most popular videos and get inspired!
Meg got an inside look into our new course, and see why she thinks you need to register too!
Leopard print, stripes, and mod coats for fall.
Sewing & Techniques
Check out this step-by-step tutorial on how to sew these overalls with a modern twist!
This course will guide you through the process of creating an 8-piece Lingerie Collection!
You must allow our "request for permission" request to login to Burdastyle with Facebook.