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1  CLOTHING / Costumes: Completed Projects / Harry Potter Robes on: July 18, 2005 03:44:04 PM
My sister and her best friend wanted some Gryffindor costumes to wear to the midnight release party, so I agreed to make them for them, even though my sewing skills kind of suck.




Action shot... hehehe

I used Butterick pattern 3184, but modified the sleeves (by choice) and the entire robe (not by choice... a child's size 12 was super huge).  The Gryffindor patch was made with black fabric ink-jet iron transfer paper from an image I found when I Googled "Gryffindor patch".

The ties were maroon ties that were taped and painted gold to make stripes.

The skirts and shirts were their own and my dad made the wands.  I was going to post this sooner, but I had to finish Half Blood Prince  Grin
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