Dressing up fortune teller costume (but not only...)
An easy to adapt outfit that is still very girly with its twirly skirt.
An costume that will suit the youngest little girls as well as the bigger ones.
In this pattern you will find the skirt, the tunic and the headband.
The upper yoke is lined and edged with lace or braid.
Beneath the braid the tunic is gathered then it is pulled in at the waist with elastic.
There are raglan sleeves.
The sleeve cuffs are gathered with ties that form a little ruffle.
Made up of 3 ruffles.
The skirt has an elasticated waist for extra comfort.
The bottom of the skirt is lined.
The skirt lining is visible at the front.
A girls dressing up outfit that makes a change from princess.
The theme can be changed very easily depending on the fabrics used:
Fortune teller, pirate, Native American...
Thank you Eglantine for the fortune teller, Norah for the Native American and Eurydice for the pirate!
Here Insouciante is made in age 10:
Liberty Widdas Waltz : Stragier
Swiss muslin: France Duval Stalla
Braid and pompoms: Ma Petite Mercerie
Jewel and pois plumes: Les Pois Plumes
Fabrics (width 140cm)
For the tunic:
Fabric 1 (Tunic) Swiss muslin, cheesecloth: 75(85)90(95)100cm
Lace/braid: 150cm (4 or 5cm in width), Lace (sleeve hems): 100cm
Bias binding: (200)210(220)230(240)cm, Ties: 200cm
Waist elastic: (44)46(48)50(52)cm
For the skirt:
Fabric 1 (skirt): cotton, cotton voile: 70(80)90(100)130cm
Fabric 2 (underskirt): Swiss muslin, cheesecloth: 60(70)80(90)100cm
Braid/trim: 200cm, Waist elastic: (39)42(44)46(48)cm