I decided to document all of my fabric for costumes with pictures of what I plan to use it for so it will give me a visual of what the goal is and also just to share with you all the insanity of my fabric stash. *Sigh.*
These aren't in any order of when I plan to make them, they aren't really in any order at all. But out of these which ones would you be most excited to see made?
Sleepy Hollow Dress
I have plans to try and make a dress inspired by the Sleepy Hollow dress, I don't have enough fabric to make the entire thing with my striped fabric so I'm thinking of doing the bodice with the stripes and doing the skirt solid black or something. I can still add all the awesome black and white ribbon trims and I think it would be pretty neat. :)
I have had this fabric in my stash for ages to make a Regency Gown for myself. I'm thinking something like this dress of Emma's, only with short sleeves and detachable long sleeves maybe?
Elisabeth Swann Gown
This dress I'm a little intimidated by but I really want to make it! I found this fabric which is a close match awhile back. I already have made the chemise and corset. I just need to make the panniers to go underneath.
I was given this fabric awhile back and I thought it would make a pretty Regency pelisse. The grassy design would go along the bottom hem and the rest would just be the brown I think.
Maid Marian Gown
I bought these fabrics forever ago to make a dress inspired by this dress Maid Marian wears in the BBC Robin Hood tv series.
I am planning on making a Regency spencer jacket out of this green floral fabric and lining it with light green silk. I have some black trim I might add to it when it's finished too!
Elizabeth Bennet Pelisse
I have always wanted to make this jacket Elizabeth Bennet wears in the 2005 Pride and Prejudice. I bought this fabric to make it and I ended up using part of it to make my pirate coat, but there is still enough left to make her jacket too!
Robin Hood Jacket
I have this army green fabric to make a replica of Robin Hood's jacket from the BBC tv series Robin Hood. Isn't his jacket awesome?
I think this fabric would make a pretty Regency apron like Elinor's in Sense and Sensibility.
Regency Dress or 18th Century Chemise
I have this white ripply fabric that I think would either make a pretty Regency gown or 18th Century chemise/nightgown.
This fabric is so gorgeous, it's very thin lightweight fabric with a stripe woven into it. I think it would make either a gorgeous Marie Antoinette gown like this one, or a Regency gown like Lizzie's.
I also have this blue linen which I'm not sure what I will use it for. Maybe it should be a men's waistcoat for my husband? :) What do you think?
Well that's most of it! I have a few more I didn't post because I'm not sure what I'm doing with them yet. But now you see why I really need to make myself sit down and sew some costumes!
Which one would you sew first? Vote on the poll on my blog to help me decide!
I almost always have a costume wish list floating around in my mind, which changes often. Some days I'm all about something Regency, other days it's Medieval. Here are a few things I've been dreaming about lately.
I fell in love with this gorgeous costume Gwen wears in the BBC series 'Merlin'. I love the pastel colors and the little embroidered details! I would love to make a replica of this someday!
Back view: I love the lacing and the embroidery!
I've always been in love with Eowyn's Sheildmaiden dress from Lord of the Rings. A friend of mine is making a replica which is turning out gorgeous! You can see her's so far here. Maybe someday I will make this too :)
I would love to make one of these white dresses from Marie Antoinette. They are so gorgeous! And they look so summery!
I need to finish my current Elizabeth Swann costume first, but I've always wanted to make her Island Shift from Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
Those are just a few floating around in my mind lately. I have a whole box of fabric for different projects though which I need to use up, so it would be awhile before I make any of these.
What costume are you dreaming of making lately?
♥ Anna Kristine
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