Rubie's Women's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle April O'neil Costume
About this deal
Meet April O'Neil, a passionate and headstrong reporter for Channel 6 News who's a good friend to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Both the dressing, style, and fashion adopted by her; displayed here for the fans and followers of the lovely lady.
You can choose the superhero costume (such as spiderman costume) that we offer, or you can provide your own style for us, we accept custom-made superhero costumes.I ended up starting with 2 large rectangles (2 for each boot so 4 total) that were 15" by 12" (another option would be to do an extra-large rectangle that is 30" by 12"). Do some rough measurements of your feet with your shoes on to get an idea of sizes: length of the foot, length from leg to toes, how tall you want the boot from the ground, and over the foot measurement. It took me FOREVER to put together an April O'Neil costume for a TMNT theme party that I helped host, so I thought I would offer my finding to any die-hard April Fans out there.
If I had more time or if I had sewn this before, I would have serged them, but I wanted to keep them in case I had to rip any seams out and had to make it smaller or larger. Would you recommend me just cutting the seams out of the fabric in the pattern and just sewing those pieces together?but i was wondering if you had any tips for someone who isn’t very familiar with following patterns. Also, be sure to check out our blog posts regarding Cosplay, Godzilla, Looney Tunes/Tweety Bird, Harley Quinn, The Legend of Zelda, The Hangover, Superheroes, Star Wars, Dunder Mifflin, Dr. If you don’t have much experience with sewing, I’d actually start with a more basic pattern (maybe something simple like pajama pants? A majority of an April O-Neil costume is making a jumpsuit which is no small feat, so I wish you luck! Since I just tried my best to follow the pattern as it was written, I'll just talk about things I added on.
For these I started with the original pockets from the pattern and then traced out the bottom curve. The longer you want them to last, the nicer fabric you'll have to use, but they are ugly and cheap so I went with felt and hot glue. The ratings/reviews displayed here may not be representative of every listing on this page, or of every review for these listings.This costume consists of 4 main parts: Jumpsuit, White Boots or Boot Covers, Red Hair, and a White Belt.