McCall’s New Cosplay Patterns Include A Creepy Doll Option

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Well, it doesn’t HAVE to be creepy, but I can definitely see that potential.

The two new patterns in McCall’s cosplay lineup are Papillon and Manikin:

M2084 Papillon This is the latest design ifrom Seattle Cosplay.
This versatile double breasted coat has two different views, for two completely different looks. The swallow tail coat can be modified forArtistocrat Fashion, oji(or sometimes ouji), a Prince or Elegant Goth. This is also perfect for any Romantic Goth character, vampire, or just a great addition to your Steampunk wardrobe. The second view, which is featured on the back cover of the envelope is a beautifully feminine in an elegant silk duponi with black lace details. This version is also great for any steampunk looks.

M2035 Manikin.
This design has a lot of fun elements that you can use to achieve a look pretty look in the Lolita Fashion .The design has four different pieces; a dress, overskirt, blouse and bow.The blouse is very useful for all different and all the other pieces can also be modified for different types princesses, Alice in Wonderland and a variety of other characters. Make sure to take a close look at the photos-this design is chock full of little details, extra fancy lace, buttons, bows, charms. The more, the better.

Take a closer look at the designs below.

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m2035manikinwithteaeps

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These new patterns are available starting today at Cosplay by McCall’s. As always, multiple views are included, along with step-by-step instructions and guide sheets. The outer envelopes are also designed with more room for additional information, sewing tips, line drawings and photo references.

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