I am invited to a motto birthday party and it’s superheroes & super villains! I love this, couldn’t do that one often enough!
Last time I went to one, I was Harley Quinn. For those who do not know her: Batman opponent and madly (in the literal sense) in love with the Joker! That’s the costume:
I made this costume myself, because a skin-tight bodysuit Harley normally wears just isn’t for me! I was pretty pleased with the outcome!
This time I’ll be a hero instead of a villain! Since I just saw The Avengers and all, I was searching through the internet and stumbled upon the lady’s Captain America dress and I like it.
Well. I won’t have my boobs right under my chin, but the costume’s cool. It actually comes with the things to put over a pair of normal boots! Yay!
Good idea or what? Any other suggestions?
The night blue dress
I needed a dress for the 20s-themed event Bohéme Sauvage in Hamburg. So I took an old pattern and altered it to look gourgeous in December 2011.
fabric: jersey and stretchy net/lace. I bought 2m each at Stoffmarkt Holland.
brooch: flea market
pattern: Satinwickelkleid 111, burda style 11/2010
These are all great tutorials for the Star Wars lover in you!
Tutorial by Ruby Copperhead on craftster.org.
You want one like it? Grab you hook and get started! Happy Together Tutorial
Tons of other tutorials for Star Wars amigurumi on craftster.org.
Princess Leia Costume
Find the wonderful tutorial at chucrew.com!
Darth Vader or Boba Fett Snowflake
Sharpen your scissors and make these totally awesome snowflakes.
Here you can get the rest of the gang!