Forgot to post about this till now. It's been on my dashboard for 6 weeks. Oops. The release of the new Tangled DVD reminded me. So here's this costume I made er.... two months ago:
Same old style as many of the other Halloween costumes here and here I've made the girls. Fleece from neck to toe, because of the weather here. Semi-circular skirt, fitted bodice, puff sleeves layered over inner fitted sleeves,
invisible zipper in the back.
This one was for Jenna.
Here she is, all demure
and here she is again, morphed into Old Bug Fingers (those are black olives):
Kate got to wear it, too,
in spite of it being too big.
I made two - one was a birthday present for Jenna's same-size cousin. So for a while, there were two dresses in the house, and the girls were very happy to model them for photos
and get distracted partway by bugs or something.
More recently (not that my punctuality in posting is any indication), I made even more costumes. Will share this week. I seem to only make costumes nowadays - why don't I sew normal clothes anymore? And then I mass-produce them, even. I think I must secretly enjoy making costumes more than normal clothes. Is it because my kids wear costumes more than normal clothes? Wait - I've got it! My kids think costumes are normal clothes! Ah.