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11  The Renaissance Faire (MOVE ME!) in Costumes: Completed Projects by LadyUranus on: May 25, 2009 03:02:58 AM
I made some outfits for my friend and I to go to the faire. The picture of her is a lot easier to see the costume, but it's the best I can do...

My costume (the gold one) has an entirely separate skirt underneath with a purple and gold brocade.

It was a very, very hot day, hence the reason we look a bit disheveled. By the time this picture was taken I'd tied my skirt up. It still got a lot of nettles in the hem, though. I'll add sleeves to mine later, but I was running short on time and the sleeves the pattern gave were not my favorite.

The purple dress is McCalls 4491. The gold one is Butterick 4827. I closed the backs up with zippers because we had a lot of trouble trying to put eyelets in. Next time, I'll figure it out...




(The sneakers really make it work, don't they?) :-P
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