Thursday, November 27, 2014
I used a glass jar and the hubby drill holes in the lid. I then spray painted white and marked the size on the lids. It is so much easier to see what size I need.
Here are some other ways to organize your crochet hooks.
To buy one of these here
From Polka dot Cottage she explains how she organize her hooks using toilet paper rolls here
From Auntie Em's Studio here- she also shows her studio.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
The shirt and tie can be bought and just add the question mark. Same with the Hat. The jacket and pants can also be bought or made. I'll see if I ever do this costume.
Here are some cosplay costumes
here about the costume
Friday, November 14, 2014
Her website is
This is why she does it.
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Sunday, November 9, 2014
Here is one
From Whitney Sews a free pattern here
The interfacing for the hat brim is this kind
From Sew Mama Sew -she tells you what needle to use and other useful information -here
You can also use felt to make the logos and either glue them on or sew them on.
I have link on the bottom to print out logos if you want to do it that way.
The shirt can be any long sleeve knit shirt that you can get at most clothing stores. You can also make your own.
Like this pajama pattern from Simplicity 1505
Here's a pattern for overall from Burda 9464
I didn't spend to much time on shoes but you could cover a pair of shoes to match your character.
From About Home there is a tutorial on how to cover shoes here
One last thing. The mustache! You can always pencil it on or could buy it. You could also make it.
I bought the dollar store knit gloves. You could also buy ones specific for the costume but as long as they are white.
Enjoy making your costume.
Thursday, November 6, 2014
I found this glass display box at Goodwill. This was perfect for storing my sewing machine feet.
All of the feet have a picture photo behind it to name the foot. It is also color coded for which sewing machine it is used for.
I found this video on pinterest by Cynthia Dickerson on how to organize your sewing machine feet.
The Domestic Diva has a whole organization for your sewing including notions right here
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
This is where I started on the cuffs for the sleeves. I used thicker interfacing on this yellow fat quarter. Then I used red trim and sewed it on. This has two layers.
I had some white buttons that I added to the cuff and then made a button hole for the cuff. So it works along with the sleeve underneath it.
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
With Fabric Glue
With Heat BondHere's a pic of the first time I did them with fabric glue and then I did the heat bond because the fabric glue sucked.
I will post the rest of Jessie's costume in my next post.