Save on Halloween Costumes

I got a brand new Minnie Mouse costume on Freecycle. I saw from the pictures that the trim in the front was damaged, and it was pretty obvious. I decided to take it anyway, as I have lots of trim I have bought at garage sales.
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Total Time: 15 minutes

Supplies:

Steps:

  1. Cut off as much of the old trim, damaged or not, as possible. You don't want any of the old trim to show through.
  2. Pin new trim in place and sew on.
  3. To avoid having to take the entire costume apart, cut as close to the seam as possibly and use a blanket stitch on the raw edges so they do not ravel.
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