When you’re at the cash register at JoAnn’s with all that delicious fabric, you want the best deals. With the major help of a JoAnn’s expert perpetualbellygoddess, here’s a to-do list for you before you hit that cash register to maximize your Joann coupon collection starting with those with the
Here’s how I manage my multiple-people costuming projects! Here is a screenshot of what I use, Microsoft’s OneNote. I can easily stuff in pictures, to-do lists, little notes, tables, sketches and lots of other little things. I use it to store my image references, progress on each piece, to-do’s on
Do you have serger thread and want to use it in your sewing machine? Here’s the cheap hack I used with one CD rack and a safety pin.
Costuming protip: When draping fabric on your/dressform/your friend, work from the top-down. Shoulders first, then to the bust, and side seams. That way, wrinkles and adjustments can fall in the right place. Photo attribution: “Dress formSerie1893”. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons – http://commons.wikimedia.org/…/File:Dress_formSerie1893.jpg
This is a clone of my article here: http://craftysorceress.deviantart.com/art/Fabric-Dyeing-Notes-528009771 Fabric Dyeing Notes This is a collection of wisdom and protips from the costume shop all about fabric dye. I try to write down as much as I can, since the human memory is unreliable! You should go dye! Dyeing is
Probably while working to make a cool shirt or costume? No problem! Your own spit can break it down and clean that up!
I have made 2 full 3DMG from the show Attack On Titan, each with multiple iterations. I have made a panel on how to make these, and have won awards on them too. I want to help you make them! As inspiration, here’s a much older WIP: Send me your
New River Community College | Comic Con Breaking news: I just got invited as a cosplay guest for NRCC Comic-Con to guide people about starting, building and competing with cosplay! I am so excited to help so many people learn new skills and get into this hobby! In addition to
Try using your washer on hot water mode. Worried about dye getting in your normal clothes? After you’re done with dyeing, wash the washer by throwing in a towel and some detergent. Just wash a towel like normal, and the should pick up all teh dye. As usual, please be