Alo kirito cloak help

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#1 Li_Syaoran on 6 years ago

Ref [url]http://swordartonline.wikia.com/wiki/Spriggan#Modal[/url]
I have been searching far and wide for his cloak and the closest one I could find is this one
[url]http://www.aradanicostumes.com/costumes/black_velvet_cloak[/url]
I'm pretty much stuck on how extend the neck hood area to shoulder length

#2 dbchan on 6 years ago

The image reference looks like it's probably made in two pieces- The hood that extends down over the shoulders and the cloak itself underneath.

If you want to modify the one you linked, I would suggest measuring down to where the hood piece should end, cut the bottom portion off and reattach it an inch or so underneath the shoulder part.

Or, you could leave it intact and sew a seperate shoulder portion that attaches over top from similar fabric.

#3 PSY-chan on 6 years ago

Do you mind sewing this? [U][URL="http://www.simplicity.com/p-2272-misses-men-teen-costumes.aspx"]Simplicity 5840[/URL][/U] would work (minus the sleeves); and [U][URL="http://mccallpattern.mccall.com/m4139-products-1275.php?page_id=494"]McCall's 4319 [/URL][/U](by combining capelet from View C to Cape B).

#4 Li_Syaoran on 6 years ago

[QUOTE=dbchan;4558644]The image reference looks like it's probably made in two pieces- The hood that extends down over the shoulders and the cloak itself underneath.

If you want to modify the one you linked, I would suggest measuring down to where the hood piece should end, cut the bottom portion off and reattach it an inch or so underneath the shoulder part.

Or, you could leave it intact and sew a seperate shoulder portion that attaches over top from similar fabric.[/QUOTE]

hmmm i think i'll buy the cloak the other user linked me and cut and add onto the original link

#5 Penlowe on 6 years ago

Unless the fabric you use to make the short capelet matches exactly, it's going to be really obvious that you modified a bought cape. For me, this kills the illusion one is trying to create when wearing a costume, but I may just be picky.