I’ll be posting the pattern for this medieval/Renaissance cape in two parts: first the hood, then the cape itself. Remember, if you’d like to show your appreciation for sharing my creations, please like it on Facebook, tweet about it, pin it, and/or offer links to it from your own website. Thanks!
It’s best to download this image, save it to your hard drive, then load it into a blank Word document. Enlarge the image until it’s exactly the same size as a regular sheet of computer paper. Then print it. That way, you can make sure the finished cloak will fit your doll. If you print it without making it the same size as a piece of paper, it may not fit.
This pattern is fairly easy to make, but you’ll have an easier time creating it, if you also follow my YouTube tutorial.
Here’s the pattern for the hood:
2 thoughts on “#MedievalCloak Pattern is Free to Download”
I’m really loving the theme/design of your weblog. Do you ever run into any browser compatibility problems?
A small number of my blog audience have complained about my blog not working correctly in Explorer
but looks great in Safari. Do you have any ideas to help fix this issue?
Glad you like my theme. It’s my own design.
I haven’t had any problems with people saying my blog doesn’t work correctly, with one exception: sometimes people have messaged me that they couldn’t get the patterns to print without blur. That seems to be pretty rare though. And I can easily send them via e-mail if that’s ever the case.