sway-silence:

Bralette Sewing Pattern […] by OhhhLuluSews on Etsy.
jennascosplaytips:

Found this online. Great for those who are drafting hoods.
Hoods are one of those finicky things to draft if you never drafted hoods before.
Example Cosplay: Attack on titan capes

jennascosplaytips:

Found this online. Great for those who are drafting hoods.

Hoods are one of those finicky things to draft if you never drafted hoods before.

Example Cosplay: Attack on titan capes

Denim work shirt re-style. Click each picture for steps. Have fun with it! Add sequins if you want, or gently spray with diluted bleach to create a more weathered effect.

today-isawindingroad:

You will not catch me sewing… but this, I can do!

(via sheriffstiilinski)

gas-food-lodging:

DIY Cat Toe Shoes
find out how, right here ——>  http://kittenhood.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/guest-post-diy-cat-toe-shoes/
theawkwardvelociraptor:

So many awesome bras. I WANT TO MAKE THEM AAAAAALLLLL!

theawkwardvelociraptor:

So many awesome bras. I WANT TO MAKE THEM AAAAAALLLLL!

Tutorial: Dying garments

gotthread:

Hello! In todays tutorial I will be showing you how to dye pieces of clothing/fabric using hand wash dylon dye. I chose to dye a light pink top which had got ruined in the wash (had dark pink patches) and also a recycled bag as I love using them!  These instructions are on the back of the packet aswell.

You will need:

  • Any coloured Dylon
  • Bowl/ Bucket
  • Salt
  • Gloves
  • Something to use for mixing e.g. stick/old paintbrush

The dye I used was a Burlesque Red as I loved the colour!

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Heres an image of the transformation:

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Let’s get started!!

1. Wash your chosen garments and leave them damp to one side.

2. Place your gloves on and dissolve the dye into 500ml of warm water ( I did this in a seperate jug).

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The dye turned into some lovely colours mixed with the water.

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3. Now fill ypur bowl/bucket with 6 litres of warm water (My jug went up to 1000ml so I added water 6 times).

4. To your bowl/bucket add in 250g of salt or 5 tablespoons. Pour the dyed mixture to the bowl/bucket and stir. Place your clothes/garment into the bowl/bucket and stir for 15 mins (I used an old paintbrush). image

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5. After you have stirred for 15 mins, regularly stir for up to 45 mins, I stirred every 10 mins and set a timer so I would’nt forget.

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6. Once the 45 mins are up, rinse the fabric in cold water and wash in warm water. Let the garments dry away from sunlight (I layed them out onto plastic bags on my bedroom floor!).

Now your dyed garments are completed! A close-up: image

Total Cost: Only £3.95 as I only purchased the dye because the rest of the equipment I found around the house!

#gotthread

Such a fantastic tutorial from gotthread! Let’s hope we’re all as successful in our dying!

(Source: minimalistmantra)

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Six Easy Tee Shirt Restyles from Clones N Clowns. Clones N Clowns is doing 30 DIY Tee Shirts in 30 Days. For 25 pages of altered DIY tee shirts go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/tee-shirt
Ruffled Tee here.
Zig Zag Tee here.
Silk Scarf Sleeves Tee here.
Bow Back Tee here.
Faux Leather Graphic Tee here.
Tee Shirt to Dress here.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Six Easy Tee Shirt Restyles from Clones N Clowns. Clones N Clowns is doing 30 DIY Tee Shirts in 30 Days. For 25 pages of altered DIY tee shirts go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/tee-shirt

  1. Ruffled Tee here.
  2. Zig Zag Tee here.
  3. Silk Scarf Sleeves Tee here.
  4. Bow Back Tee here.
  5. Faux Leather Graphic Tee here.
  6. Tee Shirt to Dress here.