3153Re: Constructing a Cut Out
- Oct 3, 2007Hello,
I have the ultimate solution with no bulk or problem.... Since you
are making the hakama seperate...(what fun those are). I would
suggest using "Magnets"
These little bitty ones sewn into the bottem of the circle and just
placed inside the hakama will do the trick they are very strong and I
would seroiusly dought that they would come loose.
--- In F-Costume@yahoogroups.com, Amanda_C <cuprysa@...> wrote:
> This is fantastic, thank you SO much, I love all the
> advice ^_^
> To clarify, there will be no super-heroing in this
> costume. :)
> Ref again: http://www.geocities.com/cuprysa/Inoue.html
> Also, the "underskirt" is a pair of hakama. We made
> the hakama, (and intend to make the rest of the
> costume) out of interior dec fabric - Roclon's
> Renaissance white, if anyone is familiar. It's a
> heavier fabric, and we've had a lot of success with it
> in the past.
> The edges are getting trimmed in double wide binding,
> nothing too stiff.
> We have these fabric and trim "restrictions" because
> this costume (for a friend) needs to match mine (I'm
> just doing the patterning). To give you an idea, my
> costume is the white one:
> Cat, all of that made sense to me except this:
> --- Cat Devereaux <CatDevereaux@...>
> > Oh... if you do need the super hero version and
> > light material...fill
> > the circle and down with clear strong plastic. For
> > ability to walk, in
> > the back tack down the plastic in the circle and two
> > one side. Let the
> > "Slit" be to one side of the key hole. I guess you
> > could leave it open
> > in the front to... but again, just chose one side to
> > have open.
> I don't understand what you mean about the slit and
> putting it to one side. Can you please explain that
> And do you recommend the grading to eliminate seam
> bulk or is there another reason I'm missing?
> Thank you all so so much!
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