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Thread: Star Trek Costumes?

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    Star Trek Costumes?

    Does anyone have the best resource for getting spare Star Trek costumes? The mego repos are fairly cheap so if I have to I can always purchase extras to get them but I would prefer if you guys knew a website or even a member that makes them!

    I am looking for TOS and TNG hopefully.

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    Buying more figures would be cheaper than custom work.
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    There was a member on here who did great work, but I don't think she visits anymore.

    If you're just looking for standard stuff, I think thunderbolt is right: You'd be better off just buying spare figures.

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    That will work for the men's costumes but any idea on where I could get yellow or blue TOS dresses for ladies?

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    if you are on the facebook group there are people there that i believe make costumes, not sure on price. OT Puente? i think that is one name that comes up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jrfjr126rock View Post
    That will work for the men's costumes but any idea on where I could get yellow or blue TOS dresses for ladies?
    Might be a good excuse to figure out sewing, the dress pattern should be fairly easy to figure out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apes3978 View Post
    There was a member on here who did great work, but I don't think she visits anymore.

    If you're just looking for standard stuff, I think thunderbolt is right: You'd be better off just buying spare figures.
    Your thinking of Theresa Chapko, or museum member theressa, she sewed outfits for a lot of Trek and POTA customs, she actually had yellow and blue female TOS outfits. Unfortunately she hasn’t been on the forum since early January 2020.

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    There are multiple people who can make Trek dresses, but hardly any of us seem to have the time. I might get to make a few over the holidays in December, but I can't commit right now. Theresa was the best, but she's semi-retired and hard to track down. Rachel Baker makes awesome stuff, but she rarely does anything to order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EMCE Hammer View Post
    There are multiple people who can make Trek dresses, but hardly any of us seem to have the time. I might get to make a few over the holidays in December, but I can't commit right now. Theresa was the best, but she's semi-retired and hard to track down. Rachel Baker makes awesome stuff, but she rarely does anything to order.

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    Have any advice for me on how to make a pattern or measure? Maybe I can try doing it myself haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jrfjr126rock View Post
    Have any advice for me on how to make a pattern or measure? Maybe I can try doing it myself haha
    http://www.megomuseum.com/custom/patterns.shtml

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