How to make a Katara costume

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How to make a Katara costume
Create a great looking Katara costume. (Image by Nina; Flickr.)

Katara is a character from the blockbuster "Last Airbender" film. Children love to emulate their favourite big screen heroes, which makes the Katara costume a popular one. You can make your own Katara costume without spending a lot of money or time. All you need are a few simple materials. The homemade costume will give your child a fun costume to wear at fancy dress parties.

Things you need

  • Blue dressing gown
  • Embroidered pattern
  • Black shoes
  • Knee-length socks
  • Black belt
  • Scissors
  • Felt fabric
  • Sewing kit or glue
  • Black paint
  • Paintbrush
  • String

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  1. 1

    Go to your charity shop or costume supplier to look for a light blue dressing gown that fits your child.

  2. 2

    Sew, glue or tape an embroidered pattern on to the sleeves of the robe. The pattern should appear about halfway up the arm for each sleeve. Also attach the embroidered pattern around the neckline of the costume.

  3. 3

    Put the dressing gown on the child and tie it firmly, but not too tightly. Wrap a large black leather or felt belt around the child's midriff. Connect or tie it around the child's back.

  4. 4

    Pull on knee-length socks and make sure they go up as high as they can. Put simple black shoes on the child's feet.

  5. 5

    Find a piece of string and paint it black if necessary. Cut a circle out of a felt fabric sheet and cut a small hole to insert the string through. Make sure the string is long enough to accommodate the child's neck. Tie the string in the back to create the Katara necklace.

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