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Lil Stinker Toddler Skunk Costume

By: Jane Monzures for
Lil Stinker Toddler Skunk Costume
Lil Stinker Toddler Skunk Costume
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Make the most darling costume ever for your toddler! This Lil Stinker Toddler Skunk Costume is perfect for your little ones. You only need a few basic materials, including a plain black hoodie and sweatpants which will keep your little one warm while Trick-or-Treating. If sewing isn't your thing, this costume can be made with an adhesive instead of stitches. It's such an easy costume to make, and your toddler will love playing with that big fluffy tail! And hey, no problem if there's a smelly diaper! This costume is perfect.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsFabric, Felt

Primary TechniqueSewing



Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Black hoodie and sweatpants
  • White faux fur
  • Black felt
  • Straight pins
  • A sewing machine or fabric glue for no sew option
  • Polyester Batting


  1. Measure the length from the front of the hood to the bottom of the jacket. Cut a piece of faux fur that same length, plus 14 inches to make the tail. This should be about 5 inches wide.

  2. For the back part of the tail, cut a piece of felt 14 inches long and 5 inches wide. Sew to the faux fur and stuff it with batting for the completed tail.

  3. In the middle of the back of the faux fur, cut a slit in the fur from the neckline to the jacket bottom to create the skunk's stripes. 

  4. Pin the entire fur piece to the jacket. Be sure to separate the slit to create the skunk's stripes. Sew it all on, or use fabric adhesive for a no sew option. 

  5. Add ears by cutting two dome-shaped pieces from your black felt and sewing them to the hood.

  6. Cut two rectangle pieces of faux fur about the length of the jacket and sew on both sides of the zipper on the front of the jacket. Again, you can use fabric glue instead for a no sew option.

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LOL. This is adorable. I need to save this for next year (to force on all of my friends and their spawn)!


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