BANANA COSTUME - ADULT
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If you're new to crafting or have never tried something similar before then expect closer towards 8-10 hours total including all prep work like measuring out materials beforehand as well as cutting everything out accurately enough so that pieces fit together well during assembly later on downline. Can I buy ready-made parts for my Banana Costume? Are you looking for a fun and easy Halloween costume? Look no further than the classic banana costume! Whether you're dressing up for a party or just want to stand out on the streets, this eye-catching outfit is sure to turn heads. In this guide, we'll show you how to make your very own banana costume in just a few simple steps. Materials Needed Now it’s time for some details! Cut out three large ovals from white felt – one for each end of the curved halves plus one more oval which should be about four inches wide and six inches long.
Repeat this step with another piece but use smaller circles instead before attaching them over their corresponding larger ones using glue. Step 3: Sew It Together To complete your banana costume, all that's left are a few finishing touches. First off – cut out a small hole for your face at one end of the costume (the narrower end). Then cut two armholes near either side of this same end so that you can move freely while wearing your outfit. Be extra cautious near any open flames (candles, fireworks) to avoid potential fire hazards since bananas are made of fabric which could easily catch fire if exposed directly long enough. Avoid wearing anything too loose fitting that might get caught on neighboring objects around while walking or dancing either! How do I properly clean my Banana Costume?First things first – it's time to create your pattern. Start by laying out your yellow felt fabric on a flat surface. Using your measuring tape or ruler and tailor's chalk/pencil, draw two identical half-circles that are approximately 2 inches longer than your desired length from shoulder-to-knee. Next, cut along these lines so that you have two identical half-circle pieces of yellow felt. Step 2: Add Details
Take one of the curved halves of yellow fabric and place it over something round so that its edges align with each other at both ends with their straight bottom edge coming together at an angle; then use pins/ clips as needed while tracing around them onto white paper before cutting them out again carefully with scissors.. Now it's time to put everything together! Start by placing the two half-circles of yellow felt on top of each other, with the curved edges lining up. Pin them securely in place, then sew them together along the curved edge using your sewing machine or needle and thread. Once you've sewn these pieces together, try it on to see how it fits. If necessary, make adjustments before proceeding. Step 4: Finishing Touches
While the Banana Costume is a fun and festive way to celebrate Halloween or other events, there are some safety precautions you should keep in mind. First off, make sure you have good visibility through your costume as this will affect how well you can move around and interact with others at events such as parties or parades.