Aug 30, 2017 · This DIY bat costume is super-simple to make, and no one will know you threw it together at the last minute: Materials needed: 1-1/2 yards black fabric (cotton, jersey knit or even lace or sequins. How to make Umbrella Bat Costume. Ensure you’ve covered any sharp edges very well. 8. Measure and cut two pieces of the ribbon, enough to tie the bat wings to your child’s wrists. 9. Measure and cut two longer pieces of ribbon to come across your child’s shoulders, cross over the chest and go under their arms and tie together at the back.Author: Penny Whitehouse.
Oct 10, 2011 · How to: 1. Fold fabric in half, to halve the width – The fold will be the center back. 2. Cut out semicircle from centre back as wide as measurement D. 3. Fold over your sleeve again and cut out scallops for bat wing shape. 4. This is how it should look when the bat wings are unfolded. 5. Fold Author: Cintia @ My Poppet. Oct 19, 2015 · DIY Batgirl Costume from a T-Shirt. October 19, 2015. Miss Audrey decided that she was going to be Batgirl for Halloween. Costumes are so expensive, and made of such cheap material, so I try to DIY them when I can. I had this idea to transform a kid’s shirt and an extra large adult shirt into a a Batgirl shirt and cape for her.
Stitch closely and maintain even spaces for a seamless line. When done, anchor the thread on the inside of the seam and trim the thread. For this costume, you will use this stitch to attach pointy ears and bat wings to the bat costume. This hoodie costume is perfect for kids who love "scary" animals, such as winged bats.Author: Eleni N. Gage. To make wrist ties, measure wrist of wearer, add 6 inches, and cut 2 pieces of ribbon to that measurement. Place each ribbon at top edge of wing where wearer's wrist falls, and safety-pin center of ribbon in place. Glue patches of grosgrain ribbon to cover safety pins. Attach bottoms of wings to wearer's clothing with safety pins.