Not sure how it happened but this little dancer is now 6! I got to watch her dancing on Monday with her outfit I had fun creating, I may be biased but I think she looked great.
I was asked to put an alien head on her shirt. No worries I thought, then realised how small a shirt she wears. If I had my thinking cap on before hand I would of unpicked the side seams, then sewed the head on the front of the shirt. Then sewed the side seams back up. Of course I struggled with getting it sewn on until I clicked and was almost completed by then. Always leave it to me to do it all the hard way
The head band is just a simple plain little headband with glittery pipe cleaners twisted on and made into shapes. Ever helped me with this, and I think added to the effect after it was given to her, and I super-glued two lots of big googly eyes on which I used four so they were double sided eyes. My proudest moment of this piece was I used superglue and didn't stick myself or anything else to anything that wasn't intended to be stuck together. I almost felt like a fully fledged adult for almost a nano second.
I didn't go to town to much with the tutu, as she still needed to dance and run around and not feel to hindered by it. Plus we have to show off the aliens silver leggings don't we?
So there we have it, I made an all dancing all singing alien outfit for a dance show, for the cutest alien going. I would do it again in a heartbeat as I had so much fun. Most importantly it was loved.
I learnt I can use superglue responsibly. Always check the remnant bin out in the fabric store. I found the silver fabric for a ridiculous price. Still have some left, so I expect that will come out to play in another project at some time.
For now I am going to focus on smaller projects like bags to put Lego in. Similar to what I use for my knitting projects. I got asked to make a few to keep Lego kits in their own bags to save getting them all mixed up, and hopefully away out of the way of bare feet.