Created by Olga SuraevaEdit
How to make the hat:
__________________________________ - face 0| _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ |0 | | | | | 4___3___4 | | | | | |____________| |_____________| - back of 1 2 2 1 the head _ _ _ - lapel "0-1" - hat's deep "2-4" = "4-3"
Sew together the sides "1-2". Join the points "2" and "3" and sew together "4-3-4" and "4-2-4".
1 _ _ _bend_ _ _ 3 | | | | | face | | lapel | back of | | the head | | | | | |_|____________| 2 4 |3 /|\ 5/_|_\5 / | \ / | \ / | \ / | \ /______|______\ 2 1+4 2
Sew together the side "3-4". Bend the hat and stitch the corner "5-5". Turn the hat inside out.
Created by Natalie KharinskayaEdit
Created by CostumeloverEdit
I bought a red cap in a thrift store, but made the second one for another child the same way. The pattern is quite simple: cut a circle without the bottom part and put a ribbon horizontally somewhere 1/3 from the top. However, it doesn't stay well on head this way, so later I added another ribbon around the face, making the hood smaller.
The rest is as usual: a sleeveless dress or a skirt, a nice white shirt, a white apron, and a basket of course.
Created by YuliaEdit
Created by Penny RichardsEdit
Our Little Red Riding Hood cape/hood piece is made from a large man's size Gap hooded sweatshirt! I found a clean, very large red fleece Gap sweatshirt in the thriftshop. I cut away the sleeves and front, leaving the shoulders, back, and hood. I used part of one sleeve to make the ties at the collar. Absolutely no sewing, just cutting, because fleece is nice like that.
The rest of the costume was just clothes in the closet--a red corduroy jumper, white blouse, white tights, black maryjane shoes, and a basket.