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aisuigetsu · 2 days
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my second romantic dress
photos by Sean Chee instagram | website
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bearingdoll · 2 days
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Coord of my selfmade skirt, bow and headpiece!
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reallyhardydraws · 21 hours
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the dogs print is here and its BEAUTIFUL i can't wait to start sewing with it!!!
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magnetothemagnificent · 14 hours
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After my parents lost my first delivery of hooks-and-eyes (because I accidentally clicked on my parents' address and not mine when I ordered it), I ordered them again, and they arrived yesterday. I was able to sew them into where I need them, and now my Magneto-inspired Regency Dandy outfit is complete as far as I can get it to be. I still need a hat, but I haven't been able to find the right kind second-hand, and I don't have the money to buy a brand new one. I'd also like a fancy cane sometime in the future ideally, although technically I could probably decorate my actual ambulatory cane to look more "historical" if I really wanted to. I sewed the cape I'm wearing last year for my Purim costume. The shoes I'm wearing are shoes I found at a second-hand shop last week. They were a little pricey, but they're really nice, and I've been needing a pair of dress shoes for interviews and shit anyway. The breeches, waistcoat, and coat were all sewed by me by (sometimes drastically) re-tailoring clothes I thrifted. The cravat is a nice cravat I also found last week while thrifting, and the two brooches too.
Anyway, enough rambling, here's what it looks like altogether. I know my hair looks scruffy, I need a haircut desperately, I just haven't had the time yet.
So here I am without the coat or cape:
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And here I am with the coat:
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Aand here I am with the cape:
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(the little white strings you see hanging out aren't loose threads, their my tzizit, btw)
This will probably be an ongoing project as I hunt for the accessories I want to complete it, but until then, I'm really happy with how it's all come together :)
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toastietoasted · 3 days
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Suitcase is going through a scene phase
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anielskaaniela · 3 days
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pattern and tutorial
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poupeesdecirque · 1 day
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I got a second Beagle plushy as cosplay friend as the one for the dolls is cute but really a bit too small.
This time the collar and the hat are removable for even more fun along the way. Also damn that nostalgic feeling as I put on the cosplay for that selfie T_T ♥
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badassindistress · 3 days
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I really hope this bustle is going to have the shape I want it to be...
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This is the first corset I ever drafted. I drafted the shirt as well. The skirt was a gathered 3 yards of fabric. Not too bad for a first try. #sewing #selfportrait #selfie #costume #renfaire #renaissancefestival #patterndrafting https://www.instagram.com/p/ClhLiXWPSbK/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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v-as-in-victor · 14 hours
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Shirt finished
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fibrepunkfox · 16 hours
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Kitty couch completed! 😻
Pattern available for purchase here. ($1.99 USD)
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cinn0min · 2 days
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Would anyone be interested in buying an autism creature plush
It would probably be around 35 dollars, take me a couple weeks to make, and I can only take payment through cash app
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If anyone's actually interested dm me and I'll give you my discord or Twitter or we can talk on here if needed
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sewfastdyeyoung · 3 days
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Watch "The Secret Life of the Sewing Machine - Remastered" on YouTube
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This is so cute and awesome!
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vinceaddams · 5 hours
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top five, or any five among your favourites, from your wishlist/to-do list, please
I have a million things I want to make! (Which happen very slowly because I have no time management skills and can never maintain a good sleep schedule, alas) For this list I'll exclude anything that's already sitting on my Unfinished Things Pile.
1. I really really want to do some printed to shape clothing using a custom fabric printing site. I've made repeating patterns, but I want to try digitally drawing on garment pattern pieces to get a design that fits the shape exactly, like that blue one in the top 5 waistcoats post. Copying one of the historical designs would be fun, but I also want to do a waistcoat with funky little monsters on it. That would be so much fun. And I definitely want to do one that looks like leaves.
2. A 1720's suit. I have most of the materials, and I can copy my 30's suit pattern and make some minor adjustments to make it more 20's. I just need to learn how to make early 18th century metallic passementerie buttons. Preferably in a way that doesn't require me to spend horrifying amounts of money on the good quality metallic thread... Aside from that, I have the fabrics and just need a bit of appropriate shirt lace. Oh, and a wig. Here's a sketch I did ages ago.
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3. A 1790's overcoat. I have some very dark green wool for it.
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(1792)
4. I'm very much looking forward to making some plain wool everyday waistcoats, because the brown one that I wear constantly in winter is getting shabby and doesn't fit me at all anymore. I have several small bits of wool in my stash that I mean to make into new waistcoats, hopefully soon-ish. The only reason I haven't cut them out yet is because I keep feeling guilty for not working on other things.
5. I have some wool felt hats from the thrift store that I want to re-block. I haven't got any hat blocks, so I'll have to try and make some, or find objects the right size. I once used a big coffee can for stretching a hat I felted years ago, so maybe I can find another one, or a paint bucket or something. The trouble with that is that I have absolutely no storage space for hat block things.
Today I sewed the sleeves onto a plain brown cotton nightgown I'd cut out a while ago. I'm also working on that leafkerchief tutorial video I've had mostly filmed for ages now, but it's getting close! I need to do a few more sketches and record the voiceover and then I can finally start editing.
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cornbreadlesbian · 4 months
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biconic-rosa-diaz · 8 months
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Had a revelation recently and thought it might help other people too.
There is absolutely NO shame in having a ton of projects on the go and switching between or even dropping them on a whim.
Hobbies are meant to be FUN.
You can have 20 writing projects, or knitting, or whatever your thing is, and putting them down for a bit or abandoning them is a-okay.
I personally would never think that someone who started playing a video game and then decided to play another before it was finished was a quitter, so why am I so judgemental towards myself?
Doing your hobbies in a way that brings you joy isn't selfish or weak, it's...literally the whole point of them. Go nuts!
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