Costume :Anna
Source :Frozen
Progress :In Progress
Worn At :Kitacon 2014

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For a big Frozen group at Kitacon!

I've been wanting to Cosplay from a Disney movie for YEARS. Even as a kid my parents would refuse to buy me any sort of Disney princess dress so this is the first time ever i'll be wearing one~ I'M SO EXCITED OHMYGOD. I'll be rewearing this tons I know it <3

I'm going to attempt to make this from scratch~ It'll be fun!


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To-Do List

Teal shirt fabric HighComplete
Buy gold trim for corsetHighComplete
Buy embroidery thread for skirt and corsetHighComplete
Buy snaps for shirtHighComplete
Buy interfacing for shirt collar and cuffs HighComplete
Buy embroidery hoopsHighComplete
Buy patternsHighComplete
Buy wigHighComplete
Buy vinyl for shoesHighComplete
Buy dark blue skirt fabricHighPlanned
Buy shoesHighPlanned
Make the shirtHighPlanned
Make the skirt HighPlanned
Buy pom pom trim for capeHighPlanned
Buy light blue fabric for skirtHighPlanned
Buy felt for cape detailHighPlanned
Buy thread for shirt MediumComplete
Buy paint for shoesMediumPlanned
Make the capeMediumPlanned
Buy buttons for shirt cuffsMediumPlanned
Buy wool for glovesLowPlanned
buy wool for hatLowPlanned
Buy binding and thread for detail on shirtLowPlanned


Progress! (Posted 6th February 2014)

I've spent much more on this than I thought I would. And with Kita getting closer and not having started this I'm getting a little panicky!
Got most of my fabric from Shepherds Bush(I miss Leeds and their cheap fabric shops ;n;) I just need to get the skirt fabric online.
Bought my Wig and that's arrived in Leeds, won't get it until I next go back.
Bought patterns from Amazon! So once they arrive I'll start on the shirt, Shirt deadline is the 16th, skirt is the 23rd, Corset is the 2nd and the cape is the 9th. One week per item but I think I can get it done! I'll just have to make sure I get on with Uni work this weekend. Then from the 9th-26th it's embroidery time!
I bought gold vinyl for the boots, thinking I could cut it out into a pattern and glue it onto them, but when it arrived it turns out the vinyl has a sticky back anyway! I was so happy~ I also bought plastic sheets to cut out embroidery stencils from. Plastic doesn't tear easier, fold or rumple like paper does.