Autumn fully entered into its rights. Do not have time to look back, as the classic wrote, so winter knocks on the window. And with it, of course, the most joyful holiday of adults and children is the New Year. Therefore, it is necessary to take care of the elegant Santa Claus costume in advance. In this article, we will tell you in detail how to sew the original Santa Claus costume with your own hands, using a pattern and step-by-step photos. It is worth considering that sewing a fur coat for Santa Claus withUsing a drawing is a very difficult task. To create it you can use velvet, satin, short fur, brocade. In other words, the choice of fabric bases for making a fur coat is quite large. You can make a fur coat with a heater or without it. Here much will depend on where Santa Claus will be located: indoors or on the street. An effective collar can be created from fur, which has a pile of medium length. Once you have decided on all the above aspects, you can go directly to the very cut of the product. To cut the top part of a fur coat follows with the account of the generalrules of cutting the top men's clothing. The average thickness of the material will not give you any special difficulties in working. Pay attention also to the pattern of the part of the central part of the shelf. The selection element, which is located below, has a one-piece cut. Thanks to this you will be able to save material and time. The neck of the throat, armholes, and also the pullback of the sleeves should be carried for the circumscribed line, in the lower part - by four centimeters, the dorsal seam in the middle - one - four centimeters, the others - one centimeter. The lining for the fur coat can be found either withusing the finished product, or by applying patterns. Duplicate can only be an element of a one-tapered bottom. The lining can contain 2 shelf elements (photo # 2). At the same time, the approach of the element "lining the shelf" on the side of the bottom is two centimeters. In photo # 2, the lines of this part are marked with a red line. In other elements of the lining we make the allowances the same as in the upper part, so that they can be comfortably cut out. To do this, lay the fragments of the top of the fur coat on the fabric for the lining (photo # 3). The lining for warming needs to be cut using the upper part templates. For part of the selection of insulation will not be required. Cut the second layer of insulation is only necessary provided that it is provided by the fragments of the lining. Fur fur can be cut using eitherfinished product, or by applying curves. It is important to follow the direction of the villi of the fur. On the collar, villi should have a direction in the side of its flight. But on the sleeves should have a direction to the bottom. For the edge - also to the bottom. The sewing itself is to be started from the assembly stage of the upper part of the product. In this case, we need to duplicate and iron all-in-one undercuts. All elements of the upper part should be swept with oblique stitches or pinned to a non-woven base. Then, hold the 2 fragments of the shelf, then use an iron to gently smooth the stitching seam and remove the excess insulation. The fur coat itself should not be ironed. Next, you need to cut out the pieces of cutlining, as can be seen from the photo number 2 - 3. All elements of the lining can also sweep to fliseline. If you sew a heater, it's enough to do this just to the waist. At the end, you need to scratch the bottom collar. Cut off the stitching with an iron. Now create the sleeves. Here you should hold the upper part and the lining on the seam, which is from the bottom. After that we pass to a cut of details from fur. First we make a collar, then cuffs, and in the end - the edge at the bottom. Next, you need to hold the upper parts of the fur collar. The pattern of the collar, which is located at the top, has already been proposed taking into account the allowances for landing. Therefore, it must be carefully diluted. After that you can proceed to joiningedge to the bottom of the fur coat. It should be sewn not along the very edge of the bottom and sleeves, but a little back from the edges. If necessary, make a deepening armhole and certainly make notes for attaching the sleeve. And now we are going to connect the upper part and the lining along the rim and the neck, and then along the bottom line. At the very end, you should treat the armhole with the so-called "podakatnikom" and shoulder pad. That's all! Fur coat for Santa Claus is ready! The other details of his image are the result of your imagination.