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Costumes of Halloween Past...
I love costumes, ok, I think I like making them more than wearing them... but that's the life of a crafter I guess.

Here's a sampling of past costumes. Tonks from Harry Potter (as worn for a party and to the HP Book 7 Release)... the back of my Weird Sisters t-shirt...

A barmaid costume... the giant mug of beer is my purse (used a coffee container and clear plastic)...

... and my sis and I dressed as moaning myrtle and Hermione... a bit washed out in the pic, but you get the idea.

Posted by Betty K. from New York, New York, United States • Published See Betty K.'s 15 projects »
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Knotsu
Knotsu · 11 projects
Your guys are WIN! XD
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Reena T.
Reena T. · New York, New York, US
i like how you used a pic with me as bellatrix!!! yay!! you rock!! i think i also had the barmaid one too lol
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Betty K.
Betty K. · New York, New York, US · 17 projects
The shirt was done in 3 parts...

Part 1 - white shirt - I made the body of the shirt almost like a loose tube top, with extra material at the top front, i attached the sleeves and brought the huge neckline in to fit by running elastic through the whole hem of the neckline, same for the wrists in the sleeves.

Part 2 - Green bodice piece - i actually covered a corset i have w/ the material. You could probably use a vest as the base or as a rough pattern. Just a warning, if you use a corset get material that has a lot of stretch to it to cover the corset. I ened up having to do some patching at the back b/c I sewed the green material to my corset and it didn't stretch as much as the corset did once it was on.


Part 3 - Black "corset" - I cut two pannels of black material, sewed them together at the back and tied them up the front using leather chord w/ small wholes in the sides... i think i used a few safety pins or tack stitches to help keep it in place once it was on.

Hope this helps!
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Kirsten B.
Kirsten B. · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 40 projects
I love the barmaid. How did you make the shirt though? I'm having trouble making a shirt like that so I'd love any tips you've gotHappy
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AttackCat
AttackCat · Boca Raton, Florida, US · 35 projects
LOOOOOOVE the weird sisters tee! I have to make one!
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michelle G.
michelle G. · Antigonish, Nova Scotia, CA · 1258 projects
wow, great job!
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