Kate Bishop Finished!

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kendallb03

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Hello everyone! As soon as I saw the first Hawkeye trailer I knew I wanted to cosplay Kate Bishop, both her hero suit and the coat that she wears. I am planning on finishing before the Hawkeye release date of November 24th which I think is doable.


I started with the coat, the fabric I got is a double brushed cotton from Joanns and I used McCalls M8246 and made some alterations. Basically I just used the pattern and excluded the panels and belt that are on the pattern.
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I didn't really take any progress pics as I just followed the pattern instructions, but here is the finished product. I am going to take some better pictures of it for my instagram, and I will share some of them here so you can see the coat better. Tomorrow I am also going to start patterning the jacket for the hero suit tomorrow, until then I hope you like what I have so far.
 

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kendallb03

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Heres some of the better pictures I promised
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I also started working on the jacket for her hero suit, the pattern was made using the top half of the pattern that I made for my Yelena cosplay.
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The fabric I am going to be using for the jacket is just 100% cotton, I wanted to use a knit but I couldn't find any that I liked so I just went with this.
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Here is the fabric I am using for the side panels, it is not sa but I think its decent for the look
 
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kendallb03

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The jacket is finished!

I cut out my pattern and assembled the body
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Next I assembled the sleeves, since the left sleeve has a pink circle I had to cut one out of the sleeve and cut a 3.5 inch pink circle
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For the pink rectangles I just cut out rectangles of the same pink fabric for the circle and sewed them onto the jacket, then I attached the zipper and collar and it's finished!
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Next is all of the accessories, it will be a push to finish before Wednesday but I think I can do it
 

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kendallb03

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Kate is finished! and just in time for Hawkeye

I started with the belt, it is two pieces of 2mm foam that I textured to look like leather. There is a 2in metal ring in the front and back and the belt closes in the front with velcro.
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Next was the arrow head holder, it is 2mm foam textured to look like leather. The arrow heads are wooden dowels cut down to 1.5 and 2 in, and I used foam to make the details. I attached it to the belt with strips of 2mm
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I patterned the quiver harness buckle thing and made it out of 6mm. I made the straps out of 2mm and textured them, the harness is all one piece so I kind of just slide in and out of it.
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Next came the quiver, it is made out of a shipping tube that I cut in half and attached a cardboard back to, then I covered it with 2mm foam textured to look like leather. To get the leather texture you just heat up the foam and push a crumpled up piece of tin foil into it. The quiver has a purple lining in it, so I used a piece of the purple that I used on the suit and glued it to the top .
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The arrows are wooden dowels painted black, for the fletching of the arrows I got some fake feathers, cut them in half and contact cemented them to the top, (I messed up on the placement of the first one). I wanted them to all stay in place so I cut a piece of floral foam to fit inside the quiver and pushed 5 of the arrows into it, to keep them in place I contact cemented them into place. I wanted one arrow to be removable so I cut a notch out of the foam.
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For the arm guard I just used 2mm foam and it closes with velcro
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The thigh pouch I patterned to fit my phone, and I don't have any pictures but I made a glove as well
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For the bow I found one that seemed fairly screen accurate and traced the riser to make a template, it is made out of 4 pieces of 6mm so that's about an inch. The limbs are made of cardboard and the string is a piece of waxed string.
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And there you have it Kate Bishop is finished! Now please enjoy some pics I took today.
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