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August 6, 2014 AT 4:50 pm

Easy Maneki Neko Costume

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Check out this maneki-neko costume tutorial from needles groove blog to make a simple and stylish costume based on the Japanese good luck charm:

I’ve got a super quick ‘n easy costume you can make in one evening– the Lucky-Cat to be exact, or Maneki-Neko (in Japanese).  You know, those cute little ubiquitous kitties that sit in the window of your favorite [insert here: sushi, thai, ramen, pho, etc..etc] restaurant.  Maneki-Neko literally translates as ‘beckoning cat’ in Japanese.  So come hither, my crafty-cat, and I’ll take you step by step in the making of a Maneki-Neko costume!

Maneki Neko Costume Tutorial


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