Updated: Jul 31, 2020
Whether you are a sewer, quilter, seamstress, or embroiderer, you will fall in love with this one of a kind costume made by Casey Renee Cosplay (@caseyreneecosplay).
First let's talk supplies for this project:
Embellish Rinse Away Mesh
RNK Embroidery Perfection Tape
Sew Much Cosplay Mighty Fuse
Embellish Iridescent Embroidery Mylar
Floriani Dreamweave Ultra
Floriani Heat N Stay
Floriani Embroidery Thread
Shannon Fabrics Silky Satin
Janome MB7 for the Embroidery and a combination of the HD3000 and the M7 Continental to sew the dress.
"I have a million or so feelings about this dress, it just further reminded me why I prefer making things with corsets and hoops and petticoats galore. At least I stuck to it despite trying to give up a few dozen times....I love the embroidery I made for this costume, it's probably my favorite part and also happens to be the part I was most terrified of going into this project. I used Mylar from Embellish to give it that sparkle paired with Floriani Embroidery thread "Lamp Light" PF0850 stitched out on my Janome Sewing Machines MB7 I learned so much and honestly am beginning to fall in love with machine embroidery."
So, we thought we would share the beautifully-amazing journey of Casey creating her stunning costume! Follow the story below!
"Yesterday I spent the day playing with the embroidery on Spirit Elsa, pardon the purple thread I ran out of white and I didn’t want to waste my actual satin that I’ll be using for the runes so I stitched out on white. The Mylar works so well with the snowflake and the details I want to do on the bodice. For the actual dress I’ll be using silky satin by @shannonfabrics I’ll be sharing the official fabric later this week. @florianiembroidery thread paired with