This is the dress Mina is wearing in the absithne scene in Dracula by Francis Ford Coppola. Probably the most famous costume from the movie, it’s been made by lovely and missed Eiko Ishioka.
I found that dress so amazing and I’m crazy about red.
You can find the wh…
I made this dress for a meeting organized by a french forum. The meeting is based on Dracula, a movie by F.F.Coppola.
I chose to make Lucy’s snake dress because I love green color and it’s not a famous dress.
This costume was hard to make : I painted the snakes wi…
I called this the Lugosi Jacket after someone walked past my market stall and said my clothes look like Vampire wear. I took it as a compliment considering I love Dracula films and HBO’s True Blood is pretty cool (not so much the latest season).
I used the same pa…
I made this and then played around with the cut and the back. It’s very shoddy work as i made it when I was only 11. I got the neck detail from my brother’s old dracula suit.
This project is for my friends who think in different way.So i made for them special wedding dress for the bride,original coat and trousers for the bridegroom and special little ’’draculas’’ coat for 1 year old baby.
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 bo…
Amazing pattern from Patrones Spanish Magazine October 2010. Extremelly easy to ensemble.
I used 2.5 mts of this thick wool fabric, wich was a bargain. The coat is completely linned.
The collar is really cool. It could be wear up as a Dracula Cape wich covered my …
My second project took a while after the Dracula cape but I got there in the end
I simply adore this pattern, I am not sure who upload this pattern but I want to thank to the creator (I think is Ceregana) and then to the member who sent it me back again the link for printing the pattern out.
I stick to the pattern according to the instructions w…
A cape pattern from the old Burda Style website which features bust, waist and back darts that open into pleats, cap sleeves with bat wings, belt and a lining. Still undecided as to whether I should make a self-fabric belt or not. What do you think?
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I needed something to match my Madison
This pattern is based on the Cape Dracula pattern from the old BurdaStyle site and is the third project in my Make it Work challenge wh…
I used the pattern Cape Dracula from Geri of sewable.blogspot.com.
I think it turned out to make me look more of a pirate than a vampire , because of the colors and the belt! ihih Love that!
I also made the buttons and used an old buckle for the belt.
This my very first project, it took a while due to full time motherhood but im very proud.
My Version of the user created Cape Dracula
This was yet another collaboration project. A very complicated one, We didn’t make the actual wedding dress. Not enough time. What we did was all the accessories. The hat piece, the neck piece, the bib, the sleeves, the train of the dress. All those pieces were incre…
A cape I made for my mum..based on the cape dracula pattern but I added a hood and toggle button/ string
I definitely need to work on my edges and finishes or whatever you want to call them, but i think it’s kinda cute and my mum likes it which is the most importa…
i changed the dracula cape pattern and i sew myself this …
I made this months ago, and have just now remembered to post. I chose not to use facings; instead, I made mine reversible by using wool again and making the sleeves of a slinky blue material on the reversed side. There are buttons on both sides, also. I prefer min…
Steampunk Victorian Dress with Dracula Caplet I found on this site.
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