Disney Disguise Men's Olaf Deluxe Adult Costume, White, One size

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Disney Disguise Men's Olaf Deluxe Adult Costume, White, One size

Disney Disguise Men's Olaf Deluxe Adult Costume, White, One size

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I used a smooth fabric for the teeth. It was the same fabric that I used to make the bottom of the legs. See below. Cut 1 foam shape and them sew the template. It folds in half. Sew the foam completely into the fabric. Hand sew the teeth onto the muzzle shape. Use lots of patience and remember that this is just a guide. You will have to adjust and correct your costume. Plan for it taking up to 20 hours to complete. Here I am at work. It may take you 20 hours to make but I spent a lot more than that. The snowman head Sometimes we get really strange questions about what seems to us like perfectly normal behavior. People want to know, for instance, why a bunch of grown-ups would want to dress up as a goofy singing snowman from a Disney animated movie 'for children.' And that makes us wonder if they know how much fun it is to dress up as a goofy snowman when everyone else is wearing a costume based on their favorite Frozen character, and singing along with you! Use the glove pattern to sew 2 gloves. There are no right or left gloves. Use the same pattern for both. Note that Olaf has 3 fingers and a thumb. You can add elastic if you wish. It took me 6 tries to get the gloves so do not rush these. Or maybe the skeptics haven't been to the multiplex lately, because animated movies 'for children' truly offer something for everybody these days. If you're a young woman gaining some perspective on your newfound strength and independence, there's Let It Go. And if you're a sweet, slightly naive snow-person who's grown old before his time, there's In Summer. It made us laugh! It made us cry! If somebody has other ideas about what a musical number should do for an audience, we'd love to hear them.

Put the helmet inside the head. Make adjustments as needed. The helmet can stay in the costume at this point. Try it on you child’s head. They should be able to turn their heads and look up and down. Read this tutorial completely first, then print out the templates and read the instructions there. I put the most instructions on the last template (Leg) so be sure to read through it all. You need to have a good idea about the whole process before you dive in. The templates are HUGE! Some are 4′ wide as it is actual size. You will need to go to a print shop to print these out. The instructions here are your guidelines. You will have to adjust and modify the template and costume to your needs.

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This is made up of 6 pieces of foam and 6 pieces of fabric. Cut and glue the foam first. This takes time as the pieces are large. Sew the fabric and slide the foam into the fabric. I pinned the foam to the fabric at the top and down 1 seam. The foam will have a lot of static electricity which makes it hard to smooth out inside the fabric. I also make my foam a little too big. Dont be afraid to cut the foam down and re-glue as needed. I also hemmed the bottom so the fabric wraps tightly to the foam. Don’t do this until you have sewn the chest and body fabric together though. OK, I put the head first because it is the most exciting part. It is also the hardest part. I recommend making the legs first. Work your way from the ground up. Each piece up is harder to make. If you are still up for it, go on to the chest and sleeve below. DIY Olaf Costume Instructions The Chest and Sleeves Cut the sleeves out. Be sure to measure your child’s arm length and add 1 inch to it. Pin the sleeve according to the instructions on the template. Follow the sew pattern. You will sew the sleeve into the hole first. Continue by sewing the side seams of the chest from the bottom up. When you reach the armpit, sew down the sleeve seam. Repeat for the other side.

I am glad to see that you made it this far. The last piece is the leg. It is the easiest and I recommend making this one first. This will give you practice gluing the foam and fitting it into the fabric.Follow the instructions on the template. You will need to adjust the height so look at that tip first. Cut and glue the foam together. There are 6 pieces per foot. Be sure to cut the top triangle out to allow the elastic to collapse. (See template) Continue with fabric. Sew it the same way as the foam. I added a different white fabric at the bottom so it would wipe off a little easier. This is totally optional.



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