Costume Designing During a Pandemic

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Costume Designing During a Pandemic

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My friend, Erin, had never really tried to make a costume before; however, during quarantine she found herself with a lot of time on her hands. This is just the first costume that she has made, constructed out of fabric. She has also made a Red Riding Hood costume, a casual dress, and is working on her first jacket. I chose to add this picture because of the uniqueness of the hobby. Not many twenty-year-olds that I know are making costumes from hand. And the only reason that she started to make it was because of the free time she found herself with. This was her new Covid-hobby, her new way to cope and distract herself from what was happening in the world. While she doesn't have anywhere to wear it out, I am glad to be able to document it in this picture.

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#CoverYourFangs>Finding New Ways to Cope

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October 31, 2020

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This item was submitted on October 31, 2020 by Grace Frey using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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