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Starguardian Xayah patterns and tutorial

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Digital PDF tutorial and pattern set to help you make your own cosplay costume and props! Do you want to use the exact patterns that I drafted and used for my own Starguardian Xayah cosplay and read a detailed tutorial book about the whole process with lots of pictures and tips and tricks? Now you can! Read on…

 

Please choose in the drop down menu if you want the patterns, tutorial or BOTH.

Description

A set of digital patterns (PDF) that you can print out and use to make your own cosplay costume AND a digital tutorial book of 50 pages long in which the full creation of the costume is described with lots of pictures and tips and tricks. These are digital files, so there is no physical pattern or book that I send to you. You will need to download the files to your computer and work with them from there

If you buy these PDF’s, you can immediately download them, print the patterns and scroll through all of the tutorial pages on your digital device to help with making your own costumes and props. Some basic crafting and sewing experience is advised when working with the patterns.

All pattern pieces are drawn without seam allowance. So you can choose your own preferred amount of seam allowance.

Please keep in mind that these patterns are the ones that I drafted for my own cosplay, so they are based on my own measurements. I’m 170cm tall and my clothing size is M/L at the time of this costume. Because we are all unique and no one is shaped exactly the same as someone else, it is possible that you will need to adjust the size of the pattern pieces to fit you better. The patterns that I have available are meant to be used as a base. I always suggest to make a mockup first to see if you need to adjust the pattern.

 

The digital PDF pattern set includes crafting patterns for the following:

  • Sewing pattern for the pleated assymetrical skirt
  • Sewing pattern for the top
  • Templates for all the feathers on the cape
  • Template for armor piece on the cape
  • Blueprint for chest gem
  • Ears (pattern to make them with EVAfoam)
  • Blueprint for feather daggers (make them with foam or Worbla)

 

 

The tutorial PDF includes instructions for the following:

  • Paint and sew the feathers for the cape
  • Add golden details to the feathers for the cape
  • Attach the cape to the costume
  • Make the cape feathers sparkle
  • Sew tiny felt feathers for decoration of the costume
  • Make the armor piece for the feather cape with EVA foam
  • Make a fluffy collar for the cape with fake fur
  • Make the ears with EVAfoam and how to paint them
  • Style the wig
  • Attach the ears to your head
  • Sew the skirt
  • Sew the top (and lining)
  • Make the golden details on the top
  • Make a silicone mold and cast gems
  • Make the ‘chest’ gem
  • Make golden details with EVAfoam and foamclay for the top
  • Sew stockings
  • Sew gloves
  • Make a pattern for bootcovers
  • Sew the bootcovers
  • Make birdfoot nails and attach them to the bootcovers
  • Craft the feather daggers with EVA foam and foamclay
  • PDF tutorial booklet size: 79 pages

 

 

Pattern Download includes:

  • Cape, ears and daggers pattern: PDF file with the blueprint in dinA4 size (25 pages)
  • Cape, ears and daggers: PDF file with the blueprint in Letter size (25 pages)
  • Top pattern: PDF file with the blueprint in dinA4 size (28 pages)
  • Top pattern: PDF file with the blueprint in Letter size (30 pages)
  • Skirt pattern: PDF file with the blueprint in dinA4 size (37 pages)
  • Skirt pattern: PDF file with the blueprint in Letter size (44 pages)
  • Total dinA4 size:  90 pages
  • Total Letter size: 99 pages

Additional information

Tutorial and/or patterns

Tutorial and patterns, Only tutorial, Only patterns

1 review for Starguardian Xayah patterns and tutorial

  1. Camille (verified owner)

    I bought this pattern for my cosplay of Star Guardian Xayah which I adapted to do the green/orange chroma. The pattern for the skirt is incredible and the cape as well (I used it as foam pattern), I haven’t used the pattern for the top because I’m not at that part of the cosplay yet but I’m sure it will be real good like the rest! Thank you very much, Xayah is my first cosplay and the patterns helped me sooooo much!

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