For months the complaint across the Disney-verse has been “why hasn’t Disney made enough Frozen dresses to meet demand”? As Frozen continues to blast past all projected numbers little girls everywhere continue to clamor for Anna and Elsa dresses and stores continue to sell out of them as fast as they get them in the door. Creative individuals have taken existing dresses and modified them, or created their own pattern in an attempt to bypass the issue of the Frozen-wear always being sold out.
Well FINALLY McCall’s has come out with a Frozen inspired pattern for those of you who are crafty and can sew, or know someone who does! McCall’s Misses’/Children’s/Girls’ Costume Pattern number M7000 will allow seamstresses to create Anna’s “up the mountain adventure” dress and cloak purchased from “Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post” (woo-hoo!!) and Elsa’s “ice dress”. Officially released yesterday McCall’s is selling the patterns online in adult “Miss S8-10/M 12-14/ L 16-18/ XL 20-22” and children’s “Kids (3-4) (5-6) (7-8).” The patterns retail for $18.95, but are currently selling for $11.95; and ClubBMV members pay only $9.56.
With Frozen items as selling as fast as they have, I have no doubt this item will sell out, or go on back order as well, so if you or someone you know is thinking of going as an Arendelle Princess for Halloween, don’t wait until September to try and purchase this pattern, buy it early to be safe!! To order your Frozen inspired pattern visit (http://mccallpattern.mccall.com/m7000-products-48617.php?page_id=494)
Currently Sven and Olaf have not been released, and McCall’s hasn’t hinted that those are coming, but rest assured if they are released The Main Street Mouse will make sure you know!!
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