DIY Unicorn Costume
Hi SLPco Fans!! Today is the official first day of fall which means Halloween is just around the corner. I don’t usually sew Halloween costumes for the kiddos (usually because I’m always so last minute) but this year I started early and had so much fun doing it. Today I am so excited to be sharing this fun DIY Unicorn Costume with you that I have created for BERNINA!!
I wanted this to be something that could be worn for more than just Halloween. I also hate putting so much time and money into something and it only gets worn once. So I decided to make everything detachable so the dress can be worn separately and the wings can be played with long after Halloween is over. I love the high-low skirt and ruffle of the Harmony Dress. It’s so cute and chic and perfect for a Unicorn costume. I found this fun shiny rainbow fabric in the costume section at my local Joann store that I knew would be perfect for the dress. I made the dress per the Harmony instructions with no modifications.
To give the costume a little extra flair I add a skirt overlay but wanted it to be removable. To achieve this look I cut the Harmony pattern 1″ below the lining cut line and used the bottom half of the pattern as the skirt. Next, I grabbed the Maggie pattern for the waistband. I cut the low rise waistband and made it per the Maggie instructions. Then attached the waistband to the skirt. For the FREE Unicorn wings and horn pattern and tutorial, you will need to visit the BERNINA blog.
(All of the fabric for this costume can be found at your local Joann Store)
I hope you and your Unicorn loving little lady enjoy this fun Free pattern!! We’d love to see what you create using this pattern. Be sure to join our Facebook Fan group to post all your pretty pictures for us to ohh and ahh over!!
Grab the FREE Pattern and tutorial HERE