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Step 1: Assemble WingsCut wings along the outline of the printed pattern, except I left the half circle uncut (see first picture) since it helps stabilize the wings when I'm sewing.Also cut one layer of batting. I cut the layer of batting slightly larger than the wings since it tends to move on me as I'm sewing.Lay out the wings in this order:bottom layer battingmiddle layer one of the cut out wings pieces face uptop layer the other piece cut out wings face down.Measure around the shoulders and wrists of the person who is to wear the wing costume wigs and cut an appropriate length of elastic for each shoulder and wrist. The green and yellow wings show where to pin the wrist strap.Be sure to leave about a 3 4 inch opening to turn the wings right side out after sewing and cutting.

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