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White Cloak

Added Feb 1, 2009

by redoubt

Murray, Utah, Un...

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Description

A short cloak with a large hood, made with 2 layers of wool. It closes at the neck with a yarn loop and a bone bead. I drafted the pattern.

Material Notes

100% wool, cotton yarn, bone beads, thread.

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

For
Unisex
Garment Type
Coat/Capes
Style
Classic, Ethnic, Geek, Romantic, Victorian
Material
Wool

Credits

drafted, sewn, photographed, photo edited by
modeled by

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    Feb 10, 2009, 07.02 AMby myya485

    Love it. It looks to be nice warm and cozy!

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    Feb 2, 2009, 11.13 AMby erdronen

    it looks so warm and cozy- great job!

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    Feb 1, 2009, 05.13 PMby redoubt

    You’re right, I should press the seams. I am usually in too much of a hurry to finish what I’m making. But really, there should be no excuse.

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    Feb 1, 2009, 03.39 PMby mirela

    Oh this one is so so cute! I really like the hood and the button closure. Great Job! I only have a little obs. hope you don’t mind me saying…just noticed…I think some pressing over the seams as you sew would give your work that perfect professional look.

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