Making a Clown Costume

July 26, 2006

Child in a brightly colored clown costume.My kids are grown, in fact, I am a greatgrandmother. When my kids were school age and younger, I made a lot of their clothes. Some leftovers went into quilts. But once I made shirts for the three boys, bought same type of material in different colors. Had lots leftover so I decided to make myself a blouse.


The back was white, the front was light blue on one side and dark blue on the other, the yokes, were red and yellow, the sleeves were green, and the collar was brown. I called it my clown shirt. I could wear it with anything. I wore it till I actually wore the collar off of it. I loved that shirt.

By Linda L from Bloomington, Illinois



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October 13, 2010

I used a plastic trash bag and painted it with red and white. I doubled the trash bag and glued on. I got big tennis shoes and painted them red, got a yellow shirt. For the suspenders, I used plastic white tall kitchen bags and velcroed them to the pants.

A woman dressed up as a clown.


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September 20, 2011

With a simple tulle ruffle and some baggy clothes from home you can turn your child into a clown. A curly wig completes the look.

Child in a blue clown wig and face paint.


December 17, 2015

This is a page about crocheted clown nose. This cute crocheted clown nose is comfortable to wear and would make a great party favor.

Making a Crocheted Clown Nose

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