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Harry potter Costumes

Added Mar 5, 2008

by tinkcansewto

La Mesa, Califor...

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Description

Both robes and skirts were made. The red head’s skirt was made from a pattern, it was the McCall’s M5474. My skirt was made with the first in mind just altering it a bit as i’m much bigger then she :) Robes were made with the basis of the McCall’s pattern 4340 with sleeve and hood changes. :)

Material Notes

Shell on robe is Denim with cotton linning.
Shell on redhead’s robe is I don’t remeber and the linning is a sateen.

Skirts were made with a nifty Wrinklease brand we found at the local Wal*mart

Difficulty

Novice

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Credits

Dan Henderson for Photos :)

Jessica Woods for being a model and my primary sorce of funding :)

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    Mar 5, 2008, 10.53 PMby lauriana

    Good job indeed! The two of you really look the part (although the casting of ‘the redhead’ helps, she looks a LOT like Ginny Weasley ;)

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    Mar 5, 2008, 04.01 PMby dairyheir66

    Nice job!

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