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How to Make a Button Necklace

Steampunk button necklace designed by Emily Joy Etheredge for Cosplay by McCall's

Steampunk button necklace designed by Emily Joy Etheredge for Cosplay by McCall’s using La Mode® buttons.

There’s something especially satisfying about making your own costume accessories. It’s a great finishing touch for a handmade outfit, and for the perfectionist, it gives you a ton of control over the finished look. If you’re more of a beginner crafter, it’s also a great way to experiment and try out new materials and techniques without using up a lot of materials or time. This necklace is a fun way to use up some of the embellishment bits and pieces you might have collected, and super easy to customize to match your outfit. Click through for the pattern and full tutorial!

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New Cosplay Patterns for April

Introducing Hat Madders and Abigail patterns

Introducing Hat Madders and Abigail from Cosplay by McCall’s

Looking for a new project? The two newest Cosplay by McCalls patterns couldn’t be more different, so there’s something to love for lots of different cosplay aesthetics. Hat Madders is an easy-to-make accessory package from Ichigo Black, while Abigail is an intermediate-level pattern for a vest, skirt, and petticoat from Anachronism in Action.

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New Patterns: Thirst and Wayfaress

Thirst and Wayfaress costume sewing patterns from Cosplay by McCall'sHello all! Today we’ve got two new patterns to show you, with a focus on cool and creative trim options that you can customize to your heart’s content. Thirst is an easy-level pattern for vests and a shirt, which includes tips for recreating the appliqué embellishment shown on the envelope cover. Wayfaress is an intermediate-level pattern that includes an overskirt and pants with trim and detail variations. Click through for a closer look at both patterns!

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