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Re: Hufflepuff Robes and Uniform

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  • Miranda
    *claps* Very nice, very nice. :) (Do you want to wear it all the time now? hehe)
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 30, 2010
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      *claps* Very nice, very nice. :)

      (Do you want to wear it all the time now? hehe)

      --- In MadameMalkins@yahoogroups.com, "aalia7" <aalia7@...> wrote:
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      > I've finished my uniform! I know I'm a little late to the party, but at least I'll get to wear it to the last movie premiere (*sob*).
      >
      > Nothing spectacular here, but I thought I'd list all the patterns I used in case anyone needs a starting point...
      >
      > I used the ever-popular Simplicity 5840 for my robes, simply adding a 2-color lining. The result was very nice, even though - I know - my lining is too shiny.
      >
      > I used Butterick 5535 for the skirt (thank you to MadAlice for the waistband suggestion - it worked beautifully!)
      >
      > And I used Simplicity 4762 to make my own house tie. The shirt is a thrift store find. My loving mom knitted my vest and scarf using the patterns on The Leaky Cauldron's craft section. Thanks Mom!
      >
      > Pics are in the folder "aalia7". Good luck to anyone else just starting!
      >
    • aalia7
      Thank you Naresha & Miranda! And yes, you should see the eye-rolling from my dear husband as I proudly sport Hufflepuff colors!
      Message 2 of 4 , Jan 4, 2011
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        Thank you Naresha & Miranda!

        And yes, you should see the eye-rolling from my dear husband as I proudly sport Hufflepuff colors!



        --- In MadameMalkins@yahoogroups.com, "aalia7" <aalia7@...> wrote:
        >
        > I've finished my uniform! I know I'm a little late to the party, but at least I'll get to wear it to the last movie premiere (*sob*).
        >
        > Nothing spectacular here, but I thought I'd list all the patterns I used in case anyone needs a starting point...
        >
        > I used the ever-popular Simplicity 5840 for my robes, simply adding a 2-color lining. The result was very nice, even though - I know - my lining is too shiny.
        >
        > I used Butterick 5535 for the skirt (thank you to MadAlice for the waistband suggestion - it worked beautifully!)
        >
        > And I used Simplicity 4762 to make my own house tie. The shirt is a thrift store find. My loving mom knitted my vest and scarf using the patterns on The Leaky Cauldron's craft section. Thanks Mom!
        >
        > Pics are in the folder "aalia7". Good luck to anyone else just starting!
        >
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