Saturday, August 6, 2011

she wanted an american indian costume

 
  
 


Aud's microsuede poncho is based on this simple tutorial, the skirt a basic, elasticized waist style with an uneven fringe. I made the headpiece by braiding and tying long fabric strips embellished with feathers and a few spare beads I had around, with bits and pieces of the same for the necklace pendant. The moccasins are by Minnetonka. Birthday and Halloween knocked out in one 2 hour punch? Check.

6 comments:

Larissa said...

Oh, so good. She looks so happy in her finery. Great job, and yeah, SCORE with the two-fer.

Robyn said...

Thanks. It was an easy score. How 'bout the hit/miss quality on these photos? Yeesh. But, hey, at least I posted. :)

Jessica said...

Wow! This brings back memories! My sister and I use to run around my parent's property for hours dressed up like this. Great job! She looks so pleased!

Robyn said...

Thanks, Jessica. I had fun making it. I envy your sister time for Audrey's sake - she hounds her poor brother constantly to pretend with her. :)

Nö said...

I just read Larissas post on you moving to Brazil.

Wishing you all the best for the adventure. Take care and a merry Christmas to you and your family!

Nina

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