LOL that is SO funny! I made the same costume for my youngest guy last year with the red fakie minky too!! That's so funny! Only I put snaps at the bottom so it was like a sleeper because he was only 8 months or so. Great job!
How funny! The minky is perfect for it. I did the pants and shirt separate because DS goes to special preschool and the teachers will help him get his costume on for halloween, so I tried to make it simple.
By the way I found this in a search and couldn't figure why there were no replies, as it turned out awesome but then I noticed you're in a weird category, you might have a mod move it to http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?board=329.0 because that's where the kid stuff is.
1 halloween costume out of the way! It's modified Otto 01/2007, I used the toddler shirt and pants but skipped the snapping shoulder part, and added the hood from some other Otto pattern, but modified it a bit.
I knew I was doing OK when partway through sewing DS started saying "I SEE MUNO!!" :supercool: Now he's saying "I MUNO! I MUNO!"
It looks great! Kudos on even attempting a swimsuit - I'm scared to even sew on that sort of fabric. But you did and it turned out great! I especially love the 2nd bottoms.
And because there's a lot of discussion about us disproportionately endowed women, I have to throw in a plug for bravissimo.com. They sell clothing, bras, and swimsuits made specifically for women that are busty but not large overall and I <3 them. I've been as large as a 32F and I hear your pain when it comes to swimsuit shopping at regular stores. Especially now that I've had and nursed kids, I need more support that I cannot get in an "L" top (baggy around the ribs) but I need the cup volume.