This cute lace skirt is a great addition to any dress up box. So easy to put on with its stretchy elastic waist. It will fit a toddler and continue to be worn past preschool. It measures 21cm long. It could be worn over a longer skirt as a fancy peplum, or around the neck as a collar/frill/ cape.
This soft turtle shell in a matt finish vinyl has wide elastic straps and is worn like a backpack. It is padded with lightweight dacron fill.
This gender neutral cape will give everyone a bit of sparkle and glam.
I couldn’t resist this gorgeous fabric, but there wasn’t much of it, so there are just a few of these skirts available.
The fabric is a silky knit in tiny permanent pleats printed in gold foil.
To preserve the vibrant design, I’d hand wash them - I’m sure the children would love to do that! They’ll drip dry and never need ironing.
These fun striped satin skirts will get everyone moving! Soft and silky, they feature an easy to put on elastic waist which will fit everyone.
Or maybe its a fluffy dog, or possibly a monster. Hood and tail. The only one.
With no fastenings at all, just sleeves to slip in to, or out of, this is the great es-cape!
This boldly patterned and coloured stretch velvet cape will spark the imagination and become a versatile dress up staple. Last one!
Six 50cm long ribbons on each round elastic band. This firm grosgrain ribbon will be sturdy enough for lots of fun activity. The ribbons in spectrum order are stitched in a curved fan shape so each ribbon falls separately. The ends are sealed so they won't fray.
Perfect for dancing and moving to music.
Just a few left now.
Back by popular demand, the mythical unicorn. This soft pink one features a brushable rainbow mane and tail (on wide elastic band). Or you could have a pink bod with rainbow tail attached, $74 for hood and bod.
Also available in hot orange with rainbow mane, or soft pink like this one, but with snow white mane and tail.
This cream/brown cloak features a generous row of real feathers securely attached with tāniko braid. It is closed with thick, black cotton cord ties.
This is perfect for 'graduation' ceremonies.
This stiffened gold velvet crown with black-tipped red fur trim adjusts for size with a velcro close at the back.
A staple for castle dwellers from fairytales and storybooks, along with velvet capes, knights and the new dragon further down this list.
When I spotted this fabric, I knew just what I had to make! Unfortunately there wasn't much left, so there are only a few of these. The fabric is cotton. The yellow stripes aren't showing very well in the photo, but they are definitely there!
This longer than usual tunic bod is joined at the sides with elastic for easy dressing. It is shown here with an antennae headband that can also be worn with monarch wings. Antennae are $14.
Another creature to add to your native collection. It could also be a dinosaur, lizard or a dragon.
This hood and tail are made from reptilian vinyl with soft off-white spikes. The hood closes with velcro under the chin and the tail is on wide elastic.
Tuatara Hood - $32
Tuatara Tail - $16
I found this gorgeous top quality stretch velvet recently and knew it would make special capes.
The purple pile rises from a cerise base, which gives a shot purple/pink look, especially in the sunlight. The base colour also shows as a contrast lining which is glimpsed in the hood and when the cape moves.
As they are both rich, deep colours the cape is gender neutral. Perfect for royal, magical and glamorous fantasy characters.
The number of capes I can make like this is limited by the fabric availability, so now is the time to buy.