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Baby hedgehogs.  Could they be cuter?

This costume may look complicated but it's really not!  I made my own hoodie and sweatpants but you can buy any cream/tan colored hoodie from the store and save yourself a lot of work.  This tutorial will show you how to embellish an existing hoodie.  If you don't sew you can always use a hot glue gun!

For this project you will need at least 1/2 yard of each of these colors of fleece:  cream, tan, and brown.  1/2 yard each is what I needed for a 24 months size costume, you may need more depending on the size of your costume.

Step 1: Cut Ear Pieces

Cut out these pieces for the ears.
This is absolutely adorable and seems pretty easy. Good job!
Do the double zigzag stitches (zigzag stitching the front and the the back of the ears) help to make the ears stand up? I tried making stand up ears for a lion costume for my nephew by stuffing the ears and then sewing the bottoms to the hood and they flopped around more than I wanted them to.
Congratulations on being a finalist in the Halloween contest!!! Can’t wait to see if you win! Good luck!
Wow thank you!!!
I expected this to be a costume for my Hedgehog, I still like it though, I may make one for me since Halloween is coming up.
You know what would be awesome? Make a hedgehog costume...for your hedgehog!
I might have to, she can be a bit prickly.
so sweet and cute, and looks really quite easy to do, shame we dont really do Halloween cause I would love to make one for my daughter if we did, wicked , :D
This is so adorable!!
Ohhhhhhh so cute! What a great idea. :D
Oh, that is so adorable! What a great (and comfy looking) Halloween costume!

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