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Halloween is sneaking up behind us…BOO! And what better time of the year to make yourself a unique costume for trick-or-treating or monster mashing. We are releasing these special costume patterns from burda style magazine’s January 2011 issue. Check out all these great children and adult costume patterns.

Who is that saving the world? Why it is SuperKid! This SuperKid Costume will make your little one feel like a hero on Halloween!

This super look is completed with matching Cape for that special touch.

Your little girl will fly in this bright Butterfly Costume.

What makes this costume extra special are the magnificent Wings included in the pattern!

This Octopus Costume is the life of the party!

Swim the sea in this quirky Costume that is complete with matching trousers.

This Snake Charmer Costume vest is perfect for that Halloween party and is complete with instructions on how to make the snake and hat!

To get the full effect make the matching Harem Trousers. These trousers can also be make for a number of other costumes!

Get magical in this lovely draft-it-yourself adult Fairy Costume. It comes with instructions on how to make sash, tutu and starry necklace for a perfect look.

Like mother, like daughter. Here we have a matching little girl’s Fairy Costume.

This little Costume also includes a sash and starry necklace for that magical feeling on Halloween.

Your child will act like a little monkey in this fuzzy jumpsuit. The Monkey Costume is even completed with a matching tassel hat.

Your little one will hop door to door trick-or-treating in this little Bunny Costume jumpsuit.

Complete with a bunny tail, this Costume will sure spark magic.

This easy draft-it-yourself Popeye Inspired Costume includes instructions on how to make your own muscly arm! Be the life of the party in this costume and it is sure to attract all the ladies.

Make your little one roar on Halloween with this cute Lion Costume jumpsuit.

The countdown to Halloween is on, and you only have 20 sewing days left to make your costume !

Stay tuned next week when we release more Halloween costumes for children and adults.

Happy Sewing!

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    May 6, 2014, 03.10 AMby jacksonb

    This one is really upscale looking. My daughter saw it and now wants to do this for her birthday too: http://www.halloween24.com/kids-costumes/218527.html Its called “Child Marie Antoinette Dress Costume”

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    May 6, 2014, 03.03 AMby jacksonb

    This one is really upscale looking. My daughter saw it and now wants to do this for her birthday too: http://www.halloween24.com/kids-costumes/218527.html Its called “Child Marie Antoinette Dress Costume”

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    May 6, 2014, 02.57 AMby jacksonb

    This one is really upscale looking. My daughter saw it and now wants to do this for her birthday too: http://www.halloween24.com/kids-costumes/218527.html Its called “Child Marie Antoinette Dress Costume”

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    May 6, 2014, 02.46 AMby jacksonb

    This one is really upscale looking. My daughter saw it and now wants to do this for her birthday too: http://www.halloween24.com/kids-costumes/218527.html Its called “Child Marie Antoinette Dress Costume”

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    May 6, 2014, 02.46 AMby jacksonb

    This one is really upscale looking. My daughter saw it and now wants to do this for her birthday too: http://www.halloween24.com/kids-costumes/218527.html Its called “Child Marie Antoinette Dress Costume”

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    Apr 8, 2014, 06.54 AMby ginaminton

    Thank you… thank you… thank you… This is just what I was looking for.

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    Oct 17, 2012, 01.43 AMby a1cibiades

    Can we have an adult-sized lion jumpsuit? I’m thinking there are endless couple and group costumes that could be done with this one. Friends dressing as Wizard of Oz characters? A lion and lion trainer? Dressing up on Halloween is for adults too!

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    Oct 13, 2012, 02.08 PMby aliona

    on the second picture heees so cuuuty

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    Oct 11, 2012, 05.33 PMby Debbie Allingham

    Great costumes! It’s great to be able to source them here rather than search through pattern books. I would disagree with the Family Circle comment – more variety is a good thing, not a bad thing

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    Oct 11, 2012, 11.42 AMby veesta

    Love you Burda Style, but recently my favourite site has started to resemble an issue of Family Circle.

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      Oct 11, 2012, 02.09 PMby burdastyle

      Hello veesta, Thank you for commenting. Please e-mail us at Answers@burdastyle.com to explain your opinion a little further? Your feedback is important to us and we would like to hear you out. Best.

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    Oct 11, 2012, 09.16 AMby shilisha

    The butterfly costume is absolutely cute! Love love love!

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    Oct 10, 2012, 10.27 PMby coeurcouture

    The jumpsuits are so cute!!

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    Oct 10, 2012, 07.58 PMby baerbelborn

    The fairy and ballet costumes are so simple but elegant, I like the reduced style compared to some really overdone costumes out there.

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    Oct 10, 2012, 06.17 PMby madebymeg

    wow cool costumes! so unique compared to a lot of patterns out there!

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