Daphne Blake Crocheted Cosplay

Which craft: Crochet

Softly Baby Lilac (1 ball)
SKU :fnt2-42392
Fiber Content :50% Acrylic, 50% Polyamide
Needle Size :4 mm. / US 6
Color :Lilac
Weight :100 gr. / 3.53 oz. per ball
Length :210 m. / 229 yds. per ball
Yarn Thickness :3 Light: DK, Light, Worsted

Softly Baby Purple (5 balls)
SKU :fnt2-42392
Fiber Content :50% Acrylic, 50% Polyamide
Needle Size :4 mm. / US 6
Color :Purple
Weight :100 gr. / 3.53 oz. per ball
Length :210 m. / 229 yds. per ball
Yarn Thickness :3 Light: DK, Light, Worsted

Baby Wool (1 ball)
SKU :fnt2-58340
Fiber Content :40% Wool, 60% Acrylic
Weight :50 gr. / 1.76 oz. per ball
Length :150 m. / 164 yds. per ball
Yarn Thickness :3 Light: DK, Light, Worsted

Alara (2 balls)
SKU :fnt2-27360
Fiber Content :50% Cotton, 50% Acrylic
Weight :50 gr. / 1.76 oz. per ball
Length :140 m. / 153 yds. per ball
Yarn Thickness :3 Light: DK, Light, Worsted

Suggestion Needles / Hooks: 4.5 mm. US 7

Sizes :

M

Just in time for Halloween 2020, a cosplay of an often overlooked member of the Scooby-Doo gang, Daphne Blake – complete with her very own Scooby-Doo!

The idea for this cosplay actually came about when my coworkers and I filmed a spoof of “Scooby-Doo” for a team-building exercise. They cast me as Daphne, and I put my mind to making this cosplay ever since.

This is the first wig that I styled myself. I trimmed the fringe and curled the hair using steam.

The socks were made using this pattern, which I have used at least 4 times before and absolutely love!

Scooby-Doo was made using this pattern. Luckily, I found the perfect set of safety eyes for him in my local craft shop.

Scooby-Doo in all his glory

I wrote the patterns for the dress and the scarf

I only based this cosplay on the original 1969-1971 series of “Scooby-Doo, Where are you?” and so I did my make-up using a tutorial from 1969. I am very much still learning how to be more bold and precise with my make-up.

Ever since I have moved to Iceland, I have tried to incorporate the natural beauty on my doorstep into my cosplay photos. These photos were taken at lake Rauðavatn in Reykjavik, that I can see from my apartment!

In the woods next to Rauðavatn

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