These are customer images of costumes made using our patterns. The pattern number is included in the description and you can use our "Search" function to find the pattern. In some cases, the person providing the image is a professional costumer and a link to their site or email address is provided as well in case you would prefer to have it professionally made!
Click on any picture to enlarge. This Irish dress is flattering to all sizes and the front laces make it easy to wear and adjust to changes in what you wear under it or weight changes. Also pictured is the Chemise & Skirt, CC1602W. This makes a great nightgown as well. The last image is Irish Leine AY15. This has flowing sleeves that can be lengthened or shortened using gathering ties in the top. Very comfortable to wear.
MR Mandelion (Tabard)
Click on any picture to enlarge. This is easy to make and can be lined or unlined for a Musketeer or Cavalier impression. This is lined with an ecclesiastical brocade and trimmed with some shimmering silver ribbon.
Click on any picture to enlarge. This pattern can be used to make a number of cloaks with many options. It has a fitted shoulder to keep it from slipping back and pulling on the neck. This cloak is shown here lined and unlined.
This version was made of crushed rust brown velvet with trims from Calontir Trim. This dress is flattering for both slender and full figures and has ties at the side allowing adjustments in size. The sleeves are flowing and elegant.
Japanese Hapi & Haori
For you anime fans - Gendoh costume. With a few modifications, this made a nice piece for a convention costume contest.
"I just wanted to send along these photos of the bib-front muslin dress I made using pattern PI464. I love it! This photo was taken at a fur-trade era encampment in Aitkin, MN . I made the dress from white muslin and dyed it using goldenrod blossoms. But I wasn't happy with the color so stripped out the color and re-dyed it using a (good) commercial dye instead, and I'm really pleased with how it turned out.
Here's my Halloween costume (Evil Emperor from Star Wars'). The clasp had to painted Black but is the perfect size and design for my needs. Cloak Clasp used was a TP70. Click on any image to see full size pictures for a closer look.