Bilbo Baggins Hobbit Cloak
By Laura Jones
We have been working on some new cloaks. There will always be more to come, especially with the new Hobbit movie coming out. I decided to make a hobbit cloak first. I found a picture of a hobbit Frodo toy, and decided to base my design off of it. The Frodo cloak has a sort an oblong flap that holds the cloak closed. I also decided to use two button holes and buttons to give the hobbit cloak more detail. Also, as you can see in the pictures, it is shorter than a traditional cloak. The fabric is dark green wool that I found at Sir’s Fabric in Fayetteville, TN. This cloak can be made in just about any color and fabric.
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This next cloak is the start of our basic wool cloaks we will be selling. I plan to put a fancy clasp closure at the front. I also think it might be interesting to add some embroidery. This particular cloak is not lined on the inside, but we will have an option to buy them that way. I also want to make a rogue cloak that will be fully lined with pockets on the inside. But for now, this is the start of the wool cloak line.
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Bilbo Baggins Photoshoot
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Nothing like a good full pipe, after a hard days work. – Famous Hobbit Saying
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Bilbo and Sting
Bilbo in a Dwarf Cloak
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Bilbo Baggins right out of Bag end, wearing a borrowed Dwarven Cloak.
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