Discussion in 'G2G7 Yorkshire' started by ker-stee, Mar 5, 2011.
Mine still does. I'm not sure if it's going to work out... could be intersting but yeah.
That might be the limit of my imagination! so Yes I will wear a flat cap!
not had any ideas as yet.......
so may not bother, but then again who knows
oooh got my outfit now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I completely forgot about this and I am one of the organisers!! Need to try and organise something.
I'd forgotten too. Thankfully my costume is pretty easy. Basically just me and a few props.
this is the first time i have seen this thread!!!
I need to buy something and im done!
It's been sitting here quite innocently for ages!!
I know what I'm doing! I've started to get my costume together and just need to make a few accessories at the weekend...
My costume is sorted and packed into my rucksack already
I've so far got one thing for mine, got the rest to buy between now and Friday! No panic then! ;-)
I just need t persuade my mum to make the final part of my outfit
I think I have got something sorted now not sure it fits entirely with the theme but it defo relates to Yorkshire!
First idea I haven't got the time or sewing skills to make
Second idea Dad no longer has the essential prop I planned to borrow
Third idea, not quite sure yet but might have an idea, just need to work out if it will work!
I am now intruiged as to what ideas 1 &2 were Kathryna, your final costume was great!
I did love the venda
I originally was going as Nora as took the hairnet, rollers, apron but forgotten the stockings and a top! But before that weekend, I had another idea I would go as Marina again from Last of the Summer Wine, but couldn't get any shorts (they needed to be that tiny!) so in the end I just grabbed my husband's shirt, my waistcoat which has been through several fancy dress/dressed up by the boys for school and DS2's flat cap!
Well done to those who made an effort to get it dressed up.
Lancashire did a Good Yorkshire ripper
Oh Yes! that was very funny - though I personally think my concept of a Yorkshire Teabag was class
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