Ninja Pattern from Illegally
Easy Halloween Costumes for Kids.
in the martial arts, a ninja is a member of a feudal Japanese society
of secret agents. Children in the West are fascinated with the martial
art characters they see in popular movies and cartoons.
small 3-4 years old (medium 6-8 years old) large 10-12 years old.
- Black Polarfleece
for top, pants, helmet, facescarf lining, and treat bag, 60" (150cm)
wide: 2 1/8 yds. (2.00m) 3 yds. (2.70m) 3 3/8 yds. (3.10m).
fabric, 45" (115cm) wide): 1 yd. (1.00m) 1 yd. (1.00m) 1 yd. (1.00m).
- Small piece
of Velcro for helmet.
- Needle and
- Cord for
- Plastic sword.
- Small piece
of self-adhesive vinyl for treat bag decoration.
and pants (see
fabric, cut decorative patches for sleeve ends and top front. Baste
the patches temporarily in place. From metallic fabric, cut a long
sash to tie around waist and long strips to tie around ankles. Tuck
a plastic sword under sash.
panel between the two side pieces, both layers separately. With
right sides facing, stitch the two completed helmets together around
front edge, including the flap, leaving lower edge open. Cut corners,
clip curves, and turn right side out. Topstitch lower edges together.
Stitch a piece of Velcro to flap ends.
Cut one scarf
from metallic fabric and one from Polarfleece for a comfortable
lining. With right sides facing, stitch the straight top edges together.
Turn right side out. Tie as shown.
Draw a design
such as a typical ninja posture or the yin-and-yang symbol on paper
backing of self-adhesive vinyl. Cut it out, peel off the paper,
and apply the decoration onto the bag.