Spider Queen

Nancy put together this fantastic Halloween outfit for Daisy, she used Ghastly Forest Grey for the skirt and stitched the spider onto a white t-shirt, using black ribbon around the cuffs and for the web – Happy Halloween everyone – hoh, hoh, ha ha!

spiderqueen

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    Love the ensemble! The skirt fabric is perfect.
    This is the first year I haven’t had to make any costumes ( my boys say they are too old for that kinda thing now *sniff*) and I have to say I’ve missed it more than I thought I would. Its a great, fun way to get the creative juices flowing and a welcome distraction from Christmas craft fair preparation.

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