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« on: October 11, 2010 12:08:51 PM »

Scooby Doo Halloween Costume

So another of my little cousins needed a Halloween costume (I have many cousins considering each of my parents are one of 8 children nearly all of whom have had children on their own). She is a huge Scooby Doo fan so it was the natural choice for her costume. It is made of microsuede and the spots are made with fleece that was zigzagged on.





I had a lot of trouble getting the Scooby Head to sit on the hood of this correctly and as for a pattern is was another of my favorites, the improvised pattern (AKA: I winged it). The Body is a simple dress with a zipper in the front and a hoodie.



For Scoobys head I had an old Scooby Doo stuffed animal that was my dogs and it was ready for the garbage bin so I pulled apart his head and used the pieces as a pattern to make a new head for the costume. Frankly it was a huge pain in the you know what and if I ever made another Scooby Costume I think I would skip the head and just sew some ear onto the hoodie and call it good enough.



I was happy with the costume overall though and so was my little cousin who keeps wanting to wear it around the house.
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« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2010 10:24:50 AM »

I am happy to add that the costume won a prize at school for the funniest costume  Grin
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