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CLIENT PROJECT Narnia: Prince Caspian "Lucy Pevensie" Costum...

Added Oct 12, 2015

by lanternwaste33

Pascagoula, Miss...






I have made this costume before, but I was delighted to get to make this costume again for another client whose daughter Catherine wanted to be Lucy Pevensie from the “Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian” movie for Halloween 2015!

This dress is made in Girls size 8. I used McCalls 6376 for a base pattern, with dropped-waist alterations and redesigned sleeves. The bodice floral pattern is hand-painted. The skirt is split in the front with a faux-underskirt panel underneath. The bodice is fully lined.

This is one of my favorite costumes to replicate and I really enjoying working on client costumes, so this was so fun to make!

Material Notes

1/2 yd of silver-sage silk, 1 yd /rust stretch velvet, 2 yds rust cotton, 1/2 yd light blue cotton for underskirt panel, 2 yd light blue cotton for lining, 1/8" heavyweight interfacing.
2 yds of gold gimp trim, 2 yds 1/8" gold metallic cord.
12 silver grommets, 2 red/rust grommets, gold embroidery floss, gold acrylic paint, paintbrush, thread.




Garment Type
Geek, Other
Cotton, Silk, Velvet

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    Nov 7, 2017, 08.16 PMby rrfpaf

    I used your dress as a pattern of sorts to make a dress for our daughter for a costume party last month! Turned out great! Thanks for posting your picture to give me an idea of what in the world I was doing!

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    Oct 17, 2015, 08.38 AMby Ellen Hatteland

    Just fabulous!

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    Oct 14, 2015, 03.40 AMby Ricardo Abreu

    Love to see halloween costumes already. You rock it

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    Oct 12, 2015, 05.15 AMby Mary Athey

    This is a fabulous recreation of this dress x

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