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Posted on:5/20/10 5:04 PM
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CatSari said... (5/22/10 7:36 AM) Reply
Thanks for your comments! This was my first encounter with yoked cloaks, so I was surprised. Arianamaniacs, that's a definite plus.
Trephas2003 said... (5/21/10 6:50 AM) Reply
Sorry you feel that way. :-(
arianamaniacs said... (5/21/10 2:36 AM) Reply
There's a difference between circle cloaks and ones with a yoke. The fitted ones won't slip around their shoulders all the time like circle cloaks, if that's going to be an issue....
CatSari said... (5/20/10 8:29 PM) Reply
*agreed*
droxy said... (5/20/10 6:15 PM) Reply
Can't have too many cloaks. I would skip the yoke and do a full circle. style that requires no lining and no pattern. =)
 
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