Hope you all had a happy Halloween!
Well, our kids, too, had an exciting Halloween, with costume parades, Halloween parties, and lots of candies.
But their mommy is exhausted tonight after walking around our neighborhood for two+ hours straight with our girls (and few of their friends) for trick-or-treating... The kids never seemed to stop knocking on peoples' doors to get more candies, no matter how much they've got in their bags!
Anyways, let me post about the costume that I sewed up for my 10 year old daughter for this Halloween. She was a bumble bee. (Also see this earlier post for the little cat costume that I sewed up for my 8 year old).
We purchased the bumble bee antennae and the wings, so all I had to make was this yellow and black top (T shirt).
It may look like a simple T shirt here, but this was a very challenging top to make, because...
Yellow/black stripe fabrics intended for the bee costumes were totally sold out at our local Joann store, so I had no choice but to sew together many many strips of yellow and black (stretch knit) fabrics to create the "bee" striped fabrics...
Lots of serging involved here
After creating the "bee" top, I made these matching ribbon pony tail holders for my girl (per request of our daughter).
The end result: a happy bumble bee flying in our backyard!
Thanks for reading and hope you have a wonderful November!