Homemade costumes

Stormy Stewart


Homemade costumes rock! It doesn't matter if you are copying a pattern or making it free hand. A child always feels special in a costume that no one else has. Here are some pictures I have saved over the years of costumes


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How to Make Homemade costumes


  1. It always helped me to talk to the child and together deside on a costume.
  2. plan it out make drawings and show your child
  3. start sewing. Sometimes it takes a second to dream up a costume and a month to make it. other times it takes a month to dream it up and a minute to make.

    So start early. Happy sewing

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About Homemade costumes

Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Other Tag: For Kids

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