Added Jan 19, 2011
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This started as a witch costume and became Countess Vladimiria Dracula, my take on a female verison of Count Dracula.
The velvet is curtain fabic. I hand drafted the bodice pattern. It’s lined, quilted and boned. The collar buttons on to the inside back of the bodice. The cape ties around the collar and hangs.
I wore it as a Halloween costume.
Velvet, quilt batting, cotton, chiffon, satin
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