It’s been a while since I’ve updated my sewing progress on my Flandre cosplay. Well as you know, I’m working on the blouse right now. I decided to make a more complicated version of the blouse so I could wear it on other occasions rather than just for that cosplay. I’ve done the shirring on the back piece so I started working on the two front pieces. I bought some lace and ribbon for this to put on the front, and I have to say I like how it looks.
I only laid the pieces out on the fabric to get a general idea of what it’ll look like in the picture above. But I went ahead and sewed it all up.
Went ahead and sewn on the piece for where the buttons and button holes will go.
AND Ta-da~ The body of the outfit is done. Now I have to make the collar, sleeves, and I’ll be putting two tiers of ruffles on the bottom of the blouse.
Summer is almost over for me and I’ll have to go back to school and such. I’ve been procrastinating long enough and I didn’t work on any of my cosplays. Only thing I did was fix the buttons for my Starry Sky outfit by handsewing. So I decided to start working on my cosplays this week. I have about 2.5 weeks left before I go back to school. I wonder if I can finish on time…
I began drafting a circle skirt for my Flandre cosplay. The outfit I made for her the first time was horrid. I didn’t even finish on time, I left out details and really I felt awful that I did such a bad job. I’m no pro at sewing, but I could have done better. The skirt was the worst part of the cosplay, so I’m starting off with the skirt this time.
That was taken by my baby sister [she’s like 8 but still a baby sister to me] of me drafting the outfit. Like the toy animals I used as paperweights?
This was the outcome of the pattern. I washed my Kona Cotton cloth to preshrink it and the fabric actually shrunk…so I ended up having to open up the whole piece of cloth and cut two pieces rather than just cutting once on folded fabric. I don’t like seams…but it couldn’t be helped. Is it possible to buy preshrunk fabric?