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Winter coat pattern by Sindeon Winter coat pattern by Sindeon
I tried to draw a pattern for my cloak - I usually sew without any patterns. I used 1,5 m x 3,6 m textile. If you have any questions just ask in the comments
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:iconkeyannah:
I want someone to make me one of these!  (I don't sew)
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:iconsindeon:
You can buy a professional one of these here: armstreet.com/store/medieval-c…
I got the idea from them :)
Its not cheap but much nicer than my home-made!
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:iconariena-anar:
ariena-anar Mar 18, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
This is so wonderful and just what I needed. I sew without patterns too, but I always check to see what the pattern should look like so I know how to cut textile. I don't really understand this piece for sleeves, so I guess I'll just make regular sleeves instead. Thank you very much. :3
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:iconsindeon:
This was the first pattern I drew so it might be a little weird :) The reason for the arms is the following: the sewing is on both sides of the arms, not just on the bottom, so I can spare some material, and the wrist-curve is also done so that I dont lose any textile: the bottom one 'fits' into the top one when layed out. Oh I am even worse describing it than drawing it :D 
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:iconsindeon:
Thank you! 
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:iconaryachan-love-wolves:
why you don't make a remake from this pattern so, a little bit like this? :
sindeon.deviantart.com/art/Sim…

Now a question:
assumed, if i print the pattern in real size (1,5x 3).
Then I have it?
the measurement are nearly exactly like the coat on the picture?

(Sorry for my grammar errors)
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:iconsindeon:
This was the first ever pattern I made. I never use patterns for sewing - I make a mock-up version (real size) from tracing paper, try it on, modify as necessary and just start sewing. 

I only made this because some people here on deviantart asked for it. I made a quick sketch by hand and scanned-colored it. Since it was well received, I decided to go on with this tradidion and try to post patterns. 


I made these in AutoCAD (well, I am an architect not a fashion designer, what else to except? :)), so those are real sizes that you could print. I could even make a file (like a .pdf or something) 1:1 scale.  

However this old one (my coat) was not, its just a sketch so I would not print it - it is not accurate enough. I was not planning on re-doing this, because I have some new stuff and I rather spend time on new :) 

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MermaidMiyu Dec 9, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
*After looking at it for a while trying to figure out how to make the hood detachable*

...Wait, is the hood like a mantle-type thing, where it's a whole separate layer? That would make a lot more sense than what I was thinking. If so, that is ingenious and completely solves my "hood or no hood" problems I have with coats...

This is absolutely gorgeous, and it looks fantastic made in wool! I really must make one, but I have no wool laying around... Perhaps a synthetic will work...
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:iconsindeon:
Thanks! Yep, the hood is a totally separate piece, sometimes when its not that cold and not snowing, I even leave it home. I did not take a picture with only the hood because it would look silly :) 

Maybe look at the cloak where I get the idea from, it shows better there: 

The 'official' one is much nicer, but I did not have 800$ for a coat, and the wool material for this was about 60$. I spent about two days doing it, but it was more than worth it. 
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