Login or register to post.
Login to reply  Page: « < 1 of 1 > »
30 May 2014 - 13:39113813
Anna Frozen costume advice.
Hi all

I am a total novice at making costumes and even though I realise I may live to regret this I promised to make my daughter an Anna costume for her primary school leaving party. I would really love some advice about what the best fabrics to use for the cape, dress and shirt she wears when she travels to find Elsa would be. She has eczema so I need to be mindful of that when making it so mainly natural fibres like cotton are needed and this is making trying to work it all out even more of a minefield.

I would really appreciate any help and advice because I am getting shorter and shorter on time, thanks so much everyone x

30 May 2014 - 19:28113822
This looks promising =) It's not very expensive and it gives fabric suggestions.


31 May 2014 - 10:54113845
I can't help with fabric choices, but this blog might be some help with the making.

Andrea Schewe is a pattern designer for Simplicity and she's currently blogging her progress making simple versions of three dresses from Frozen from existing patterns, including the one you want to make.

31 May 2014 - 15:30113850
Thanks so much jen and amy, I will have a look at those links and let you know how I get on x

25 Jun 2014 - 09:55114318
tutorials for anna costume
HI I so far have these videos up of making my anna costume.
I haven't got round to the hat yet because I'm waiting for my wig,
so hence I have no photos up as yet apart from progress
ones on my website.

all in order from Shirt through to skirt to Bodice to cape.

Have fun

Tracy The Pink Princess
23 Jul 2014 - 19:39114850
You can’t have a complete costume without a great makeup and you should try a makeup mixing palette for this challenge because you can get the colors you want that will match up with the costume theme so be careful this is an important aspect.

Login to reply  Page: « < 1 of 1 > »