The measurements are pretty basic, so you may adjust them to match the size of cloak you want.
And hey, if you make a cloak please link back to me, and send me a link so I can see the finished product! I'd love to see what you guys come up with.
Thanks so much for this tutorial, it was super easy to follow and yielded exactly the results I wanted at a fraction of the price it would have taken to find a ready-made version. I completed mine in 12 hours, but I added a full lining and and I'm a beginner sewer so it probably took me a little longer than normal haha.
I used a double seam around the hood to make a pocket to thread a piece of ribbon through to use as the cloak closure - I tied it in a bow after I adjusted the neck opening to get a comfortable amount of snugness. The cloak sat on my shoulders well, and they carried the weight, so it didn't pull on my neck.
I added two hook fasteners near the top of the neck opening on either side and two eyes halfway down the front to be able to clip the cloak up a touch and give the illusion of sleeves as well.
Your pattern and instructions were very clear and easy to follow. I had my cloak completed in about 3 hours total.
I will post a picture of the finished project soon with a link to you so you can see it.
I'm a complete newbie to sewing, but I'd like to make a Wirt cosplay from OTGW and this tutorial will really help!!