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"Once Upon A Time" "Rumplestiltskin" inspired costume. This is a costume that I have been working on for some time. I would run into a problem and have to lay it aside for a while. Hopefully the next one will go together much easier. This costume also required that I make my own pattern to get what was needed for the look. I am willing to separate this costume. Outer part of costume is vinyl and under part of costume is a maroon gauze fabric. Vest and over pants are made of a faux stretch leather. Pants to fit waist of about 33" to 36" (the outer fabric has great stretch). Chest approximately 36" to 40". 4 piece costume, $550.00.

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Pirate gear. 1780's frock coat pattern. This one is for sale. My model is small for coat, but coat fits 40" chest when fastened. No buttons are functional on this style and it is fastened with two hook and eye (metal buttons). Cotton Rayon mix outer and 100% cotton sateen lining. Maroon color waistcoat is a small, has one functional pocket, plastic buttons and is made of a linen/cotton outer shell with a 100% cotton liner.
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Build your own Frock/Pirate coat- I am in the process of sewing additional styles of coats and will place them on the site as they are made.


"Outlander" 1700's
English Military Coat

Revolutionary period 1700's English Military coat. Inspired by "Outlander" "Captain Jack Randall" Yes, one of those characters that we love to hate but wears an extraordinary costume. The coat is made of 100% red and navy blue wool. Metallic gold color braided trim on the cuffs and lapel. Metal, gold color buttons to cuffs, lapel and back of coat. Coat is a small coat. Chest max in this coat is 36". Waist coat is small, will fit up to a 37" chest. Tricorn is also small. I am asking $800 for the coat and the waistcoat. I will include the Tricorn if requested. Not your size? I will take custom orders for the coat and waistcoat for $900. (This project took much longer than I expected, but was one that I just had to try.)

Cleaning instructions: Any item that is vinyl should be wiped down with a damp cloth and is usually not machine washable. Most costumes can be hand washed or washed on a gentle cycle without any other items. If there are attachments, I have done what I could to make it easier to clean and be less likely to harm the attachments (most are removable). To dry, any item with Vinyl, it should be laid across a flat surface or line dried. Most of other materials may be placed in a warm dryer and dried alone. If velvet, I suggest only drying enough to assist in removal of the wrinkles and then hanging to dry. Any leather should be professionally cleaned. All leather costumes should be cleaned as leather is typically cared for.




Kathy Flanagan
Port Huron, MI

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