Party Costumes for Kids
Directions for making your little girl look like a Polynesian, Saloon Sal, pop star, movie star, chorus girl, or Cleopatra, and your little boy, Count Dracula, Latin lover, cowboy, or Captain Crimson, among others
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5cm 2in Adhesive back edges BASIS FOR COSTUME belt bias binding braid brim buckle cape centre front child's waist collar coloured Copy the pattern cord cuffs curves cutting layout diameter circle dress edge of bodice edge of pattern fabric requirements fabric strip fit the child's folded edge fur fabric Gather the waist gathered edge glue graph paper square imperial graph paper interfacing jacket long edge long raw edge lower edge lurex marker pen Metric or imperial narrow elastic neck edge neck frill outline onto graph oversewing pattern outline polyester Polyfilla raw edges level ribbon Rigilene seam allowance selvedges Sew fastenings shirt short edges short ends shoulder straps shown in Diagram side edges slip stitch square by square stitch in place stitching line straight edge strips of fabric tabard top edge Trim seams tunic turn right side underarm underskirt waist edge waistband waistcoat wellington boots wide strip wrong side