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How To Make Last Minute Family Sun, Rain and Rainbow Costumes

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ITEM # 352041920P50

How To Make Last Minute Family Sun, Rain and Rainbow Costumes

By JOANN

ITEM # 352041920P50
Print Description

Crafting Time:
Varies
Skill Level:
Beginner

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Toddler shirt, 4T
  • Long sleeve shirt
  • Gray shirt
  • Cricut®
  • Cricut supplies
  • 1yd Infusible Interfacing (thick)
  • 1yd Yellow Fleece
  • Yarn needle
  • Fabric glue
  • Yellow orange yarn
  • Gray yarn
  • Straw sun hat
  • Gray pony beads
  • Blue & light blue cardstock
  • Poly-Fil®
  • Stapler
  • Red, yellow, green, blue & orange flowers
  • Floral cutters
  • 1yd tulle
  • Needle & thread
  • Scissors
  • Pattern for sun
  • Hot glue gun/glue gun sticks
  • Easypress™ or iron

DIRECTIONS:

    Sun (4T)
  1. To print the patterns, click on the "Download Project PDF" button (above). Cut out pattern.
  2. Fold the yellow fleece in half twice.
  3. On the fold place sun pattern and trace three sun flares in a half circle shape, depending on the size that you are making you can adjust the pattern and placement, see image.
  4. Cut out sun. Once you cut you should have two suns the same size.
  5. Repeat for interfacing (it works better when you cut one sun out of a time), trim the interfacing to have a small edge around it when you place the interfacing on the fleece.
  6. Using the yarn and needle, do a basting stitch to make the middle of the sun.
  7. Iron the interfacing to the fleece, repeat for both sides.
  8. Cut two strap pieces out of the yellow fleece about 1 1/2"x 8".
  9. Using the fabric glue, attach the straps on the inside of the sun pieces by the shoulders. You can adjust the placement and length to desired fit.

    Rainbow
  1. Using the floral cutters, remove all heads of the floral from the stems.
  2. Start hot gluing the red floral heads at the top of the right shoulder to about the armpit of the left arm.
  3. Repeat with orange floral heads.
  4. Repeat with yellow floral heads.
  5. Repeat with blue floral heads.
  6. Fold tulle in half long ways and cut.
  7. Fold one piece of the tulle long ways 4 times.
  8. Using the needle and thread, in the middle of the folded tulle doing along basting stitch, once you have stitched to the end, pull the thread to make it ruffle up.
  9. Repeat for the second piece of tulle.
  10. Hot glue or hand stitch in place on the top right shoulder and the bottom left side, see image for placement.

    Rain
  1. Staple chunks of the Poly-fil to the brim of the straw hat, covering as much of the hat as you can.
  2. Use fabric glue to attach the Poly-fil to the top of the hat.
  3. Cut 9 pieces of yarn to your desired length for the rain.
  4. Using the Cricut, upload a raindrop shape you would like into Design Space.
  5. Cut 18 raindrops about four inches tall, can be a mix of the light blue and blue paper
  6. Tie a few knots at the bottom of the yarn piece, add one pony bead and a paper rain drop, repeat about halfway up the piece of yarn.
  7. Repeat this for all pieces of yarn.
  8. Staple each yarn piece to the edge of the brim of the hat (staple two times to keep in place).
  9. Space out so the yarn is out of the wearer's face when the hat is worn.

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:


DIRECTIONS:

    Sun (4T)
  1. To print the patterns, click on the "Download Project PDF" button (above). Cut out pattern.
  2. Fold the yellow fleece in half twice.
  3. On the fold place sun pattern and trace three sun flares in a half circle shape, depending on the size that you are making you can adjust the pattern and placement, see image.
  4. Cut out sun. Once you cut you should have two suns the same size.
  5. Repeat for interfacing (it works better when you cut one sun out of a time), trim the interfacing to have a small edge around it when you place the interfacing on the fleece.
  6. Using the yarn and needle, do a basting stitch to make the middle of the sun.
  7. Iron the interfacing to the fleece, repeat for both sides.
  8. Cut two strap pieces out of the yellow fleece about 1 1/2"x 8".
  9. Using the fabric glue, attach the straps on the inside of the sun pieces by the shoulders. You can adjust the placement and length to desired fit.

    Rainbow
  1. Using the floral cutters, remove all heads of the floral from the stems.
  2. Start hot gluing the red floral heads at the top of the right shoulder to about the armpit of the left arm.
  3. Repeat with orange floral heads.
  4. Repeat with yellow floral heads.
  5. Repeat with blue floral heads.
  6. Fold tulle in half long ways and cut.
  7. Fold one piece of the tulle long ways 4 times.
  8. Using the needle and thread, in the middle of the folded tulle doing along basting stitch, once you have stitched to the end, pull the thread to make it ruffle up.
  9. Repeat for the second piece of tulle.
  10. Hot glue or hand stitch in place on the top right shoulder and the bottom left side, see image for placement.

    Rain
  1. Staple chunks of the Poly-fil to the brim of the straw hat, covering as much of the hat as you can.
  2. Use fabric glue to attach the Poly-fil to the top of the hat.
  3. Cut 9 pieces of yarn to your desired length for the rain.
  4. Using the Cricut, upload a raindrop shape you would like into Design Space.
  5. Cut 18 raindrops about four inches tall, can be a mix of the light blue and blue paper
  6. Tie a few knots at the bottom of the yarn piece, add one pony bead and a paper rain drop, repeat about halfway up the piece of yarn.
  7. Repeat this for all pieces of yarn.
  8. Staple each yarn piece to the edge of the brim of the hat (staple two times to keep in place).
  9. Space out so the yarn is out of the wearer's face when the hat is worn.