|It started with a handed down white shirt and some bright yellow fabric!|
|I added a 1/2" twill ribbon along the bottom edge, and a thin rope to create the loopy loops (those were hard to sew).|
|I loosely cut each panel and then pinned them to the shirt, and then sewed it right up against the seam. There is a back panel too, but you just can't see it and I didn't photograph it.|
|Once the cuff is sewn all the way around, sew the raw edges, right sides together.|
|After you have sewn the edge, you need to make some covered buttons (follow directions on packaging) and then sew it on the inside of center fold of the yellow sleeve cuff.|
|Now all you have to do is simply turn it right side out.|
|I used brown flannel (that was the only brown solid material I had) and used a piece of scrap leather for the "buckle". I'll post another picture of the finished belt and buckle in the near future!|
|Here's my horrible attempt at a hat...I used a hat box top for the measurement and Pellon stablizer for the hat.|
So that's it and I guess I'll be seeing ya'll on the next post! Giddy up!
Disclaimer...All of the pieces above were made without a pattern. So technically these are Kid Giddy Original patterns and therefore cannot be created for resale purposes. I am sharing this tutorial out of the kindness of my heart to satisfy all the Jessie Cowgirl loving children out there. You can use this tutorial to make a costume for yourself or your child. So PLEASE do not copy this and sell it for your own use! Likewise, please do not copy the tutorial by retaking all of your own photos and posting it on your blog as your own. I've seen it happen - so please give credit where credit is due. Thanks!