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(Click Picture to Enlarge) Men's and Women's Western/Steampunk accessories. Includes spats (for men and women, heels or flats, with variations), fingerless gloves, gauntlets, three different hat styles and a belt with variant style.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Misses' or Girl's villainess or Merida-inspired dresses. Dresses have princess seams with slash-and-puff details at the shoulder and elbow, and back lacing. Includes a batwing-style cape with a high collar, and belt.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Dramatic long cutaway coat in three variations with capelet, cape, choker, and dickey, inspired by Regina Mills from Once Upon a Time.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Round stuffed toys in monster, frog, or bird styles. Can be adapted to make the pigs and the birds from "Angry Birds!" (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Mix and match Victorian/Belle Epoque ensemble includes fitted jacket with princess seams, narrow skirt with flounce, ruffled bustle or capelet and capri pants with gathered hems. The pieces can be worn together as a period outfit, steampunked, or in pieces as amazing additions to an everyday wardobe.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Misses sailor ("Shenjin") uniform with full skirt, bodice variations, puffed sleeves or sleeveless, optional/detachable cape and collar. Includes bike shorts. Could be modified to make Sailor Moon costumes.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Robe pattern suitable for building wizard or other robes, plus top with short or long sleeves, pants, or shorts, and slippers. Rated easy and highly configurable. With some modification, the robe could be shortened to become an uwa-gi and the pants zubon. (Note: without extensive modification, like a crotch gusset
(Click Picture to Enlarge) High-collared long cutaway coat with two variations, sleeveless, and with slash-and-puff sleeves. Includes long-sleeved blouse, sleeveless blouse, waist-cincher, and belt. Inspired by Snow White from Once Upon a Time, but could also be a fantasy (as opposed to historical) pirate queen with the right fabric.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Easy straight or pleated miniskirt. In three styles with variations. Cute on a Companion! (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Easy V-Neck Jumper, just the sort of thing Clara Oswald or another of the younger Companions would wear. (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Cute easy-rated jumper such as a modern Companion (Clara Oswald) might wear. In straight or flared styles, sleeveless, short, or 3/4-length sleeves.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Early 19th pioneer women's chemise, pantalettes, dress, apron and bonnet. Could also be used for early colonial (mid to late 1600's) women's dress by widening the collar and omitting the pantalettes. (Very limited quantities, out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Easy off-shoulder or asymmetrical shoulder dress in various configurations. Cute on a Companion! With a little imagination and the right fabric, View A could easily be Artemis/Diana. (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Easy and appealing dress in off-shoulder/partial sleeve configuration with square or asymetrical hem. Cute on a Companion! (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Men's robe in two lengths, nightshirt/shirt, pants , shorts, and belt, in an easy-rated pattern. The robe would be an excellent foundation for building wizard robes.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Easy and highly configurable/customizable costume pattern including a dead ringer for Smurfette and Stephanie from "Lazytown." Tunics, leggings, belts, hats and other accessories included. (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Adorable fairy costumes in four variations, includes tulle petticoat and wings that attach with Velcro (not a harness). (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Gentleman's frock coat, waistcoat, pants, and tie. This could lend itself nicely for steampunk style. It also strongly resembles Matt Smith's Eleventh Doctor's frock coat (unfortunately his waistcoat usually was collarless, though not always). It could possibly be modified to resemble William Hartnell's First Doctor's coat, if you round the
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Girl's asymmetrical skirted tunic top with leggings and matching cape and belt. Also comes with matching doll clothes for an American Girls-sized doll.
(Click Picture to Enlarge) Child's Dragon and Monster costumes in a variety of styles. Can be adapted for the monsters from "Monsters, Inc." (Very limited quantities. Out of print.)