Ok, so here's the pattern for the hakama I'm making for my friend who cosplays as Kenshin. These patterns are made based on his aikido hakama, so if you're going to use these, you have to change the measures, so that the hakama will fit on you.
Here's what those letters mean:
A) The widht of the hem (half of it, the back piece is exactly as wide as the front). In my friend's hakama it was 71 cm, so the total widht of the hem in one leg is 142cm.
B) Is the lenght of hight between the hem and the crotch. Remember there's so seam in there, just a fold when cutting the fabric.
C) The hight between the hem and the triangular opening.
D) The total hight of the piece. Remember, back piece isn't straight. It's rising a little towards the middle. If you cut it flat with the front, the hakama (or any other pants) won't sit straight when their on. In the pattern I added 5 cm towards the middle, so if it needs changing during the first trying, it can be modified. Having extra fabric is never a bad thing.
EDIT!! E) After recheking the pattern I discovered that 5 cm is too much, so you only need 1-2cm. But remember to fit the pattern on you and make the needed changes.
F) The depth of the triangular piece. in this hakama it was 25 cm, but it should be modified according to the person.
EDIT EDIT!!! G) The tie. I finally have the measures for the ties! the front piece is 350cm times 4cm and the back is 190cm times 4cm.
H) The back piece. The widht of this is the same as the both back pieces, when their pleated and sewn together. The hight of this was on my friend 9,5 cm, but this can be modified if it feels too high.
If you have guestions or there's something you want me to explain better, please ask. I'll happily answer your guestions.