Harry Potter Robes

Added Aug 13, 2009

by alasse

Munich, Germany

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Step 3 Sew hood

Put front parts together, right on right, sew seams marked 1 and 2.
Do the same for the lining (seams 6 and 7).

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    Oct 5, 2013, 04.50 PMby Bunny Wilson

    Do you use a 5/8" seam allowance on this? I’m attempting to make this for my 9mo old grandson and have resized the pattern and am heading out to purchase fabric. Hope to get started on it this afternoon. Thanks!

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      Oct 6, 2013, 09.45 AMby alasse

      As there isn’t a real pattern. there’s no seam allowance included. So whatever suits you best!
      Goo luck making it, I’m sure our grandson will be an awesome wizard!

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    Jan 13, 2013, 05.07 PMby Aru Laatikainen

    I understand almost everything exept this step i dont get the hood and how to sew it. Maybe i’m just stupid but could you try to explain. Thank you.

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      Jan 14, 2013, 09.10 PMby alasse

      Okay, I’ll try :)
      In this step you should put the two front pieces you just cut out on top of each other (right sides facing) and sew along the 2 seams of the hood. This closes the seam that runs over your head and shapes the hood. With this, the hood is basically done, attaching it to the back of the neck is a later step.
      I hope I could help and if you still don’t get it, please specify what I should explain! :)

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    Sep 1, 2011, 07.49 PMby georgina95

    I think I’m just being silly and completely missunderstanding what your saying but were you supposed to cut the hood on the fold and if yes then where does your head go if you sew up seams 1 and 2? thankyou!

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      Sep 2, 2011, 10.50 AMby alasse

      Nope, you don’t cut the hood on fold. Actually, there is no separate hood part at all, the hood is attached to the front pieces and the lining pieces. Seams one and two are, so to say, the top and back of the hood, while the front stays open.

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    Jul 21, 2011, 10.10 PMby alexa jones

    What do you mean when you say ‘right on right’?

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      Jul 22, 2011, 12.26 AMby alasse

      Right side of the fabric on right side of the fabric. Right side being the one that is supposed to be the visible one.

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