This year for Halloween we wanted to make use of the fox costume I made for Peyton last year (it finally fits) so we decided to go for a woodland theme! Skyler is dressing as a raccoon, Jeremiah is a lumberjack, and I was going to be a gnome, but ran out of time and am wearing my Totoro costume instead.
I used a thrifted one piece outfit for the base of Skyler’s costume then added the tummy patch on and made a hat. The hat turned out smaller than it was supposed to because I added so much on it, but it’s still cute!
Check out the video HERE to see more pics of the costume and Skyler!
If you missed any of my Halloween videos for this year, you can find them all HERE!
Next week we are getting back to regular sewing videos and I have a quilted zipper pouch how to that I know you will LOVE! Until then, happy sewing!
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