Redditor KloseEnuf‘s mother-in-law has incredible patience. She hand-stitched a Doctor Strange costume based on the one recently seen in the Marvel film and poured an intense amount of work into getting it just right. The entire cosplay looks impressive, but the cape especially stands out. Her replica of the Cloak of Levitation might not be a mystical item, but it is fancy. She spent six months crafting the cloak and two more months on the rest of the outfit. KloseEnuf estimates she worked about 20 hours a week. You can see a couple more images below and additional photos at Imgur.
f you’ll be at Salt Lake Comic Con FanX on March 17-18, you might see this Doctor Strange costume in person. She’ll be entering the costume contest there.
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