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Recreating the Fellowship 3

Here we feature costumes from our folks who have recreated some of the members of the fellowship. 

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Work here represents recreations at all skill levels.

Picture hyperlinks will open to more details about the costumes.


Judy - California, USA

More photos and many construction notes can be found on my website!




Amanda (aka Lasgalen)   -Ohio, USA

Click the pic to see find out how she built her tunic and tooled her quiver.


The Leynarue Tunic

Naira   -  Texas, USA

A modified Simplicity 9951 was the jumping off point for both the tunic and the shirt.  The tunic is made in dove gray suede, the shirt in ice blue silk.  More pictures are on my site.



Jude - Glasgow, Scotland

Click the pic for more pictures and to find out all about the outfit including the embroidery.

Legolas in Purple

Lisa -   USA

Her daughter at Halloween

Click on the pic to see more pictures

Gandalf and Arwen

Javier   - Spain






Adrian   - British Columbia, Canada

taken at a promo we did with Games Workshop

Siraniël's Legolas

Rhiannon   California, USA

Click on the pic for more details of the design and lots of pictures.








Mary  -- Texas, USA

modeled by her son

I made a costume as a surprise for my son. The stores in Austin did not carry any of the patterns you recommended. I ended up using a Revolutionary War pattern for the shirt, but made several adaptations. I would have liked to have smocked the sleeve caps, but did not know how, so settled for decorative stitching.

Your cape pattern was perfect. I found a wool blend knit that hemmed almost invisibly. The jerkin was an adaptation of Simplicity 5746. I made slits on the sides and back and lined it. I used upholstery fabric- a soft velvet with a leather pattern to it, adding leather ties down the center.



The leaf pin is from Liz Claiborne, looks OK from a distance but is rimmed with gold instead of silver. I ordered the pendant from NLC. It was fun, he was surprised and wore it to the opening.


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