DIY Halloween Costume Sewing Patterns Blog Tour with Duchess & Hare

I’ve been making my daughter costumes since her second Halloween.  She’s been a monkey, an owl, Alice, a ghost, Little Red Riding Hood, a spider, Rapunzel, a wolf, and grumpy cat.  I didn’t make the wolf or the monkey costume, but the rest have been put together or sewn by me.


Last year, I was just too busy and I bought one, and this year I wasn’t sure I’d have time so I bought one, but I found some time to sew up a quick dress and participate in the blog tour this year.

Meet Wednesday Addams.

Costume sewn by Duchess & Hare using Every Which Way pdf pattern

When I ran across this fabric from Hawthorne Supply Co, I KNEW it needed to be a Wednesday Addams dress.  It was just too perfect.  It’s the perfect combination of feminine tossed with something unexpected.  Perfect for my daughter who picked it out.

Costume by Duchess and Hare from Every Which Way and Double Dutch sewing patterns

I used the Double Dutch bodice and added the 3/4 sleeves from Every Which Way.  I pointed the front and the back collar as well, but it was a really quick mod.

Costume made from Double Dutch pdf pattern by Duchess and Hare
I think it turned out perfect PLUS it’s a dress that my daughter will wear outside of Halloween.  I call that a WIN!

DIY Halloween Costume Blog Tour

Are you ready to see all of the new Halloween costumes on the DIY Sewing Pattern Blog Tour? Me too!! Go ahead and follow along with us!

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