Added Oct 18, 2010
I made this little Red Riding Hood Costume using my own pattern, vintage red kettle cloth, cotton/ poly gingham and a vintage flower print. I am SO thrilled with the way this turned out. I had really low expectations haha. I live in a college town where most girls end up wearing postage stamp sized articles of clothing. I’m not really into that, but I wanted to feel sexy as well and I feel like this costume is a happy medium. It’s shorter and lower cut than I usually wear, but Halloween only comes once a year, right?! More at my blog http://palindromedrygoods.tumblr.com/
kettle cloth, cotton/poly gingham, cotton, grommets
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