Last year I was supposed to make a Jedi costume for my husband and son. It didn't happen due to procrastination. Also due to the fact that my husband had unrealistic opinion on the fabric he wanted me to use. (Wool? For Halloween season in Texas and Florida? Really?) This year I
Next up we have my costume. We are taking these costumes to Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party at Walt Disney World in September. They can get kind of touchy when you dress as a princess. It's not allowed on a regular day (for adults). For the party they allow it, but they watch you like a hawk to make sure you at no time do you try to pass yourself off as the actual princess. (Everything short of following you around and yelling "You aren't affiliated with us!".) For this reason I'm not relying on my princess Belle knock off dress (that and the fact that it's a 18-22 and I'm a 14-16 so I drown in it). Disney hasn't had a Red Riding Hood movie (yet) so that is what I chose.
Finally there is the plan for short stuff. I finally convinced him Buzz Lightyear was cool than a pumpkin or a gingerbread man (and learned my lesson about looking at costume patterns with my four year old next to me). I'm going with Butterick 3244:
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Four items, tons of pieces. More than I thought there would be. Half way done with tracing and cutting though. Wish me luck!!