While walking in the garden the other day, I spotted what I thought was a smurf running by. . .

Smurf Spotting

He slowed down to get a better look at me.

Smurf Spotting

Once he realized I was a friendly human, he stopped to be polite.

Smurf Spotting

After a minute of staring at me, he ran off into the trees.

Smurf Spotting

I followed him, but I think he got scared and pretended to be a tree.

Smurf Spotting

So I left (but left my camera behind). . . .

Smurf Spotting

Maybe it was jokey smurf.  But I’ll probably never know for sure.

The Details:  Smurf costume made of anti-pill fleece in white and “smurf” blue.  No pattern.  Just used a shirt and pants as a guide then a couple of fittings later . . . we had a smurf costume.  Velcro closure in the back.  Feet are covered crocs to give it a larger foot (like the smurfs), mittens for blue hands, of course, and a lovely smurfy hat!  Happy Smurf Halloween!

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2 Comments on Smurf Spotting

  1. You have the most adorable little smurf, I’m sure he is a cheeky smurf. The costume is excellent, well done!
    I came here looking for a pattern for a smurf hat for the ballet Gala of my little smurfette (and all the others smufettes). I also love you choice for the little blue “tail”, quicker to make than a wool pompom.

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