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Disney's Peter Pan

Last Updated: 07-03-2012

I drafted my own pattern for the nightgown. It is made from JoAnn’s Casa Crepe. The bodice is self lined, the skirt is lined with a sewn in white slip. It closes up the back with an invisible zipper. The poofy sleeves are gathered into the armhole and have elastic at the bottom to keep the poofy shape. The sash is made from the same royal blue crepe-back satin as my hairbow. It is just a tube sewn up and tacked in place. The wig is a Femme Fatale from Amphigory. I love Femme Fatales! They are pretty much the best wigs ever aside from heat-resistant varieties. Anyways, it took a lot of slow work to get it up into a clean, high ponytail. I couldn’t achieve her French-rolled hairstyle without it looking funny, but I was happy just to get it into the ponytail nicely. I cut and curled the bangs under using a blowdryer and curlers. I used the leftover hair to weft in at the back under the ponytail, where wigs get kind of bare. I made ringlets in the back by placing the hair fiber in curlers and dunking/pouring hot water. This gives really nice, sharp ringlets.

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Character Wendy
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Upload Date 07-03-2012
Debuted Anime Los Angeles 2012

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