Patterns for costume apparel

Bunny Hat and Paw Mittens - Tutorial star[offsite link]
This hat and paw mittens would be a fun and easy way to dress up as a bunny.

Care of Historic Garments star
Textiles are among the world's most fragile artifacts. Throughout the centuries fabrics have been treated with chemical solutions meant to enhance their appearances. Silks, for example, were often weighted with metallic salts, mostly consisting of tin or iron. Preservation becomes a challenge.

Easy Halloween Costumes for Kids star
Dressing up in costume for Halloween remains an enduring childhood tradition. Something quick and easy to sew or no-sew is often a must for busy households. Costumes for children should be easy to make and comfortable to wear with safety concerns and face mask wearing utmost.

Fun Western Wear star
Whether participating in equestrian, western pleasure or trail riding events, rodeo events, wagon train rides, or pioneer day events recreated from the old American West, sewing your own western apparel to wear can be a real cost-saver.

Halloween Costumes to Sew or No-Sew star
With autumn weather upon us and the weather turning increasingly cooler in northern climes that banish the warmest of summer days - think of sewing kids’ costumes for Halloween. With work/life balance precariously teetering try a quick to make costume for the little ones from just a few supplies.

Quick Fleece Halloween Costumes star
For warmth and simplicity using fleece to construct simple Halloween costumes can’t be beat. Fleece fabric is economical, easy to sew or no sew, and creative ideas are always available online to spark the imagination.

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