- One blue baby top
- One blue baby bottom
- Red felt (6 sheets 9”x12”)
- White felt (1 sheet 9”x12”)
- Black felt (1 sheet 9”x12”)
- Pipe cleaners (2)
- Black fabric paint with a fine tip
- Hot glue gun and sticks
- Double sided fabric tape
Maybe your kiddo wasn't bitten by a radioactive spider, but your love-bug will be wrapped in a web of comfort in our Primary DIY Spider-Verse costume. This super-simple Halloween look would make Peter Parker proud!
For a red felt covering for the hood
- Flatten out the hood of hoodie and trace the hood shape onto a sheet of red felt and cut out, leaving an extra ½” along the top and back edge of the hood for the seam allowance. Trace and cut out another matching hood panel from red felt. Hot glue the top and back edges together and turn inside out. You now have a cover for the hood.
For the head eyes
- Cut two ovals from black felt and two smaller felt ovals that fit on top for the eyes and glue together. Use a fine tipped black fabric squeeze paint to make the spiderweb design onto the red felt hood. Once dry, glue the eyes onto the hood.
For the snout
- Cut an oval from red felt and use a fine tipped black fabric squeeze paint to make the spiderweb design onto the snout. Cut two small black ovals and two smaller white ovals for the nostrils and glue together. Glue the nostrils onto the snout once the paint is dry and glue onto the front edge of the red hood.
For the ears
- Cut two sets of pointy ears from red felt and sandwich a pipe cleaner between each and glue together. Bend the ears to flop like Spider-Ham’s and glue to the top of the red hood.
- Attach the red hood over the blue hoodie hood with double sided fabric tape.
For the chest, sleeves, and legs
- Cut red felt strips for the sleeves, a rectangle with wings on the bottom edge for the chest, and two rectangles for the legs. Use a fine tipped black fabric squeeze paint to make the spiderweb design and spider onto felt. Once dry, attach to hoodie and bottoms with double sided fabric tape.