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Harry Potter Robes

Added Aug 13, 2009

by alasse

Munich, Germany




Step 1 Things you need

Black fabric Amount depends on heigth of the wearer. But it’s roughly twice the lengt of the robe plus hood.
Fabric in the colour of the respective house You’ll need the lenght of the robe plus hood.
Iron on seam tape
Two black buttons
A little bit of black elastic
House badge (ebay?)
Black thread

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    Oct 12, 2014, 03.00 PMby valbrowning

    I’m working on the harry potter robes, and trying to adjust them to fit my daughter - but the link in the instructions to the larger drawing (where I’m hoping I can see details a little better in order to draft my own pattern here) isn’t working – is there an updated link that I can get for this?? The one that’s there is - Thanks in advance!

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      Oct 12, 2014, 09.03 PMby alasse

      I just updated the link today, it should work now! Just click on the word “link” in the text.

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    Aug 24, 2013, 04.07 AMby Jessie James Bertumen

    thank you very much for this pattern and knowledge on how to make harry potter robes. can i use cotton , or just polyester. polyester is synthetic and its very warm here in the philippines.

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      Aug 31, 2013, 10.57 AMby alasse

      You can of course use cotton, as long as it drapes nicely! We used polyester because it’s cheap ;)

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    Dec 9, 2012, 01.26 AMby Amy Tyson

    Making this today for my eldest for christmas. She’s going to spin out. Also have a full hogwarts uniform ready to pair with it, along with a hogwarts letter of acceptance and wand! My only concern is that she going to think she’s really going. :/ I will upload a photo in the new year.

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      Dec 9, 2012, 02.02 AMby alasse

      I’m looking forward to the picture! It’s a really cool gift, too :) And don’t worry, she’ll no the actual acceptance letters come in the summer ;)

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