Thursday, December 10, 2015

Handmade Animal Costumes Part 2

If you saw my last post, you know that I have been hard at work making costumes for the Children's Christmas play at our church. This year, all of the children are animals. Last time, I shared the chicken, duck, and lamb costumes I made. Since I couldn't fit them all into one post, I have more to share. And be on the lookout for at least one more to come. :) 

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Cow:











 Details:

Shirt- Happy Feet Pajama Top from Peekaboo Pattern Shop* in Cow Print Minky from Hancock Fabrics, bands and cuffs in off-white cotton lycra from Purple Seamstress
Pants- Essential Sweats from Peekaboo Pattern Shop* also in Cow Print Minky
Hat - Snow Day Hat from Peekaboo Pattern Shop* in Cow Print Minky with added details in fleece and off-white cotton lycra



Donkey:



Shirt- Happy Feet Pajama Top from Peekaboo Pattern Shop* in Gray Fleece. details in knit scraps and faux fur, all upcylced from old costumes found in the church costume closet
Hat - Snow Day Hat from Peekaboo Pattern Shop* in Gray Fleece with added details in felt and faux fur



Goat:




Details:

Pants- Essential Sweats from Peekaboo Pattern Shop* also in White Fleece from Hancock fabrics
Hat - Snow Day Hat from Peekaboo Pattern Shop* in white fleece with added details in fleece and knit scraps
Also added a plain white shirt (store-bought, eek!)
We added hair bows and a tutu since the goat in this particular play is supposed to be girly and cute and she loves ribbons and bows. These were already available in the costume closet.


What do you think? Stay tuned for more animals next time!


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