Star Guardian Neeko tail fabric pattern – League of Legends

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It contains both JPEG/PDF files at 150 DPI resolution.
The pattern is 56 inches (142cm) wide and 18″ (46cm) high, suitable for most custom printed fabrics that are 56″ (142cm) in width. The tail will then also be 56″ (142cm) long and about 18″ (46cm) in diameter at the base. The seam is placed on the bottom of the tail (unlike the standard neeko pattern) since there is no need to sew in feathers.

The download also includes a tail version without the stars on top, in case you wish to add raised stars yourself later out of your material of choice.
The spare area around the tail pattern is printed green, which is useful if you want to sew gloves and socks for your cosplay so you don’t need to bodypaint them!

You can upload this pattern to a fabric print website such as Spoonflower to get the custom fabric printed for you, then you can sew together the tail yourself. Instructions for this process is not included.
I recommend printing it on lycra/spandex for a flexible tail with a nice and smooth reptile shine.

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This pattern kit contains a digital fabric pattern suitable for the tail for Star Guardian Neeko, from League of Legends. Prestige Star Guardian Neeko is also available on a different listing!

It contains both JPEG/PDF files at 150 DPI resolution.
The pattern is 56 inches (142cm) wide and 18″ (46cm) high, suitable for most custom printed fabrics that are 56″ (142cm) in width. The tail will then also be 56″ (142cm) long and about 18″ (46cm) in diameter at the base. The seam is placed on the bottom of the tail (unlike the standard neeko pattern) since there is no need to sew in feathers.

The download also includes a tail version without the stars on top, in case you wish to add raised stars yourself later out of your material of choice.
The spare area around the tail pattern is printed green, which is useful if you want to sew gloves and socks for your cosplay so you don’t need to bodypaint them!

You can upload this pattern to a fabric print website such as Spoonflower to get the custom fabric printed for you, then you can sew together the tail yourself. Instructions for this process is not included.
I recommend printing it on lycra/spandex for a flexible tail with a nice and smooth reptile shine.

The pattern is made in Photoshop by me.
This pattern and products made using it may not be used for commercial purposes with intent to distribute in larger quantities than one (private commissions exempted for example).
These digital files ought not to be redistributed online, whether this is free or paid for.

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