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Pattern: Slim Cloak by eqos Pattern: Slim Cloak by eqos
This does not have a wide billowy body, but hey, it's only 2.5 yards so that's awesome, right?

My patterns are free to use for private, noncommercial purposes. DO NOT distribute my patterns as your own. DO NOT sell my patterns. Link back to this page if you repost the pattern elsewhere. Give me credit for my work!

If you use this pattern on DA, I'd like to see what you made.
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artistloverwarror Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2014  New member Professional General Artist
got any thing in a jedi-druid !
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TigerDragon4 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello! I am using your pattern as a basis for something similar and I am curious what the 2" and 3" grey parts of the pattern are for?
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Memeeof6 Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I'm going to make this for my son to wear. What type of fabric did you use for the cloak and lining and where did you find 60" wide fabric? I'm probably going to make it longer so should I buy more fabric? Thanks for the free pattern. I appreciate it. If it turns out good I'll have him post a picture of it for you. Thanks!
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eqos Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2014
Sorry for the late reply... The outer fabric for this in denim, and the inner fabric is some random stuff I found that's half cotton, half metallic. (both are woven fabrics). 60" wide fabric is a standard width for bolt fabrics in the US, so you'll be able to find that size at any craft store. And yes, you will have to buy more fabric if you want to make it longer. Good luck! Hope this reply isn't too late for you.
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sallyforth369 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2013
Did you line this using same material amount and pattern?
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eqos Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2013
Yep!
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blackfairy1326 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
what is the "gores" part????
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eqos Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013
They are triangles that you can put either at the bottom of the side seams to make the body fuller, or in the sleeve seams to make a belled sleeve, or at the top of the hood to make it pointed.
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blackfairy1326 Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
oh ok. i am new at sewing so somethings i dont get. thanks!!!
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eqos Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2013
It's okay, gores aren't used in most modern patterns.
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