11.01.2011

October 31

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The jacket pattern is #14 of the Spring 1/2010 Ottobre.
 
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The rule around here is that mama doesn't sew Halloween costumes.  Unless, they're wearable all the time.  And it's really cute yet scary.  (Cute but scary is exactly how I'd also describe how her two loose front teeth have moved together in single file.)

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Do you think if I add some red bows and a snow star applique I can get away with making this her Christmas outfit too?

6 comments:

  1. Is that crochet/knitted? It looks fantastic!

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  2. It's eyelet fabric. I had for years and finally found a way to use it. I lined the jacket with broadcloth.

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  3. She looks adorably scary but cute. As for Christmas - green or red blouse, tights, and hair accessorie, and she'll be good to go. I wouldn't do snowflakes cuz if it fits in the spring/fall of next year it might look funny - but a largish holiday brooch would look great. Hope you had fun trick or treating.

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  4. LOVE LOVE LOVE...my husband went as a 'homosuidal maniac...because they look like everybody else'!

    Great work...I am hoping to convince my daughters to be wednesday one year!!

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  5. Fabulous costume! (And what a spectacular coat!) She looks great--and thrilled with mama's work.

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  6. We named our daughter after her. I am just waiting or a year or two more to actually dress her up as her namesake. Wednesday has yet to see the Addams family in action. I think it is time to put it on the to do list. LOVE what you did though, gorgeous. (The model and the dress.)

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