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My version of Snow White

Added Jul 31, 2011

by itsanotherani

Los Angeles, Cal...

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Description

This is my first time creating a costume for Halloween and I decided to make a Snow White costume. This took me about two days to make, spending about three hours each day on this garment. There are two pieces: One simple pleated skirt. And one corset.
It was my first time making a corset so I decided to look into how many others did it. After being very confused and overwhelmed, I made my own pattern based off of my aunts corset, sewed the pieces together and added boning which is way easier than I thought :D I ran out of red ribbon as i was adding the finishing touches. But i tried to manage with what I had and the budget I gave myself ($20) I had a lot left over to splurge on rhinestones :) . It was a great experience and for my first time making a corset (with eyelets and all) I’d say I was pretty proud of my costume.

Material Notes

Things i used : 3/8’ gold eyelets ($2.29)
2 yards blue satin/spandex blend fabric. (>$1.00 I bought about 7 yards for 2 dollars)
1-1/2’ red ribbon approx. 2 yards ($3.00)
2 yards boning (a little extra just in case) ($6.25)
Red and white rhinestones from michaels ($8.00)
Left over velvet red ribbon 1/4’ from previous projects.

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

Season
Fall
For
Women
Garment Type
Costume
Style
Other
Material
Blends, Eyelet, Polyester, Velvet

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    Jul 31, 2011, 09.44 AMby erin

    Oh such a great binding in the front! Well done.

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