First classical tutu I have made.
I created the decoration on the bodices. I reworked the bodices and overskirts by dying them, removing the sleeves and turning them into puffs, and the bodices into spaghetti straps.
This is a before photo; I crated the design on the front and reworked this costume by dying the bodice and overskirt, and removed the sleeves, turning it into a spaghetti strap bodice.
I decorated the front of the butterfly costume, and painted the spots on both sides (were only on one side).
I created these three from scratch, to fit three tall girls and three short girls in one production (three at a time). The skirts adjust inside to shorten or lengthen quickly.
This tutu was made by Miss Jill's mother; I added some jewels and lace to the bodice and the skirt; I also made the crown.
Shepherdess dress, with a tulle skirt, an overskirt, connected armbands and a headpiece.
Ballet Wichita 2013 Nutcracker, Act II Intro
A Prairie Tale
A Prairie Tale, choreographed by Jill Landrith, Ballet in the Park ~ Ballet Wichita 2013
I added the feathers and lace to the Meadowlark's tutu, and created the headpiece; I made the tiger salamander costume from scratch (thanks to the thrift stores!). I also made the monarch's antennae headpiece!
Made this Chinese costume, a skirt, a multi-layered belt and the long sleeved blouse, with a jeweled headpiece.
Ballet Wichita, Nutcracker 2010, Choreographed by Jill Landrith Ewonus,
Ballet Wichita, Nutcracker 2010, Choreographed by Jill Landrith Ewonus, Chinese Variation
Corset style teal bodice and skirt with black overlay (right)
Corset style teal bodice
Pink prom dress on the left
Arabian Costume for Nutcracker
For this costume, I duplicated the existing bra in a larger size, and added fringe. I made the pants basque like the original skirt, and designed the slit pants with cuffs to accommodate girls of varying heights.
A little red Charleston dress made in 2008
A poodle skirt made in 2002 (with a poodle pin for the blouse)
From 2015 Ballet Wichita Nutcracker