Assassin’s Cloak Minipost 02

21 Nov

While figuring out the pattern I decided to make a test run of a different type of assassins hood.   I decided to stay with the traditional hood in the long run but the second design may work for a mage or wizards hood some day…

Here are some progress pictures of an Assassin’s Cloak inspired by Ezio of Assassin’s Creed. I didn’t want to do the same cloak everyone else is doing; so I made my own from the ground up. The front of this cloak is adored with six metal buttons and secures closed with a giant 90in velvet and linen sash. This Thieves Scarf Sash is double-sided thick velvet with decorative banner shaped ends and double as a super warm scarf when not in use as a sash.

This is a linen assassins cloak, lined in maroon velvet. The cloak features two large disguised exterior pockets. This luxurious outerwear is adorned with vintage buttons and will vary from cloak to cloak. This piece can be custom ordered in a variety of colors and fabrics. Specifics about this garment can be found Here.

I have been adding many new designs over at my shoppe. Keep up to date with new designs and work. You can find my work all over the internet with a quick search of BunneahMunkeah.


Posted by on November 21, 2013 in Welcome


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