Added Oct 22, 2011
I made these costumes during the summer for Penny Arcade Expo and Halloween.
The white one is from the game Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood and the gray one is from Assassin’s Creed Revelations. I created the patterns for each costume.
The white costume consists of 90 pattern pieces and has a skirt, sash, undershirt, cape, lined vest and hood. I used brocade fabric for the fancy detail work and poplin for the rest of the white. I also used 30 yards of piping for every seam.The gray costume consists of 25 pattern pieces and has a skirt, sash, undershirt, cape, tunic and hood. For this one I serged all of the edges with a rolled edge and freezer stenciled all of the detail work.
My husband made all of the armor and belting.
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