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  • rebecca bunny flower
    Does anyone have a source for that black see-through fabric that you find on halloween masks this time of year- like grim reaper types? (Something akin to
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      Does anyone have a source for that black see-through fabric that you find on
      halloween masks this time of year- like "grim reaper" types? (Something akin
      to this: http://www.zoogstercostumes.com/products/ru15241.html) I've had a
      hard time finding the stuff, apart from the actual costumes in party stores.

      Thanks in advance! :)

      Rebecca


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    • llsturts@greatlakes.net
      If all else fails, a couple layers of cheese cloth, dyed black will do the trick, and inexpensively, too. For The Ghost of Christmas Future in Christmas
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        If all else fails, a couple layers of cheese cloth, dyed black will do the
        trick, and inexpensively, too. For "The Ghost of Christmas Future" in
        "Christmas Carol" we made an over large 'bag' that the actor wore over his
        head, under the the hood of his cloak. It worked well--the actor had full
        vision, his air wasn't restricted, but his face was totally concealed.

        ~lisa.s
        ---

        > Does anyone have a source for that black see-through fabric that you find
        > on halloween masks this time of year- like "grim reaper" types? (Something
        > akin to this: http://www.zoogstercostumes.com/products/ru15241.html) I've
        > had a hard time finding the stuff, apart from the actual costumes in party
        > stores.
      • Pierre & Sandy Pettinger
        If you just need a small amount (like to cover eye-holes), buy a pair of cheap black pantyhose - use the heavier fabric in the panty area. Sandy ... Those Who
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          If you just need a small amount (like to cover eye-holes), buy a pair
          of cheap black pantyhose - use the heavier fabric in the panty area.

          Sandy

          At 09:24 PM 10/11/2006, you wrote:

          >If all else fails, a couple layers of cheese cloth, dyed black will do the
          >trick, and inexpensively, too. For "The Ghost of Christmas Future" in
          >"Christmas Carol" we made an over large 'bag' that the actor wore over his
          >head, under the the hood of his cloak. It worked well--the actor had full
          >vision, his air wasn't restricted, but his face was totally concealed.
          >
          >~lisa.s
          >---
          >
          > > Does anyone have a source for that black see-through fabric that you find
          > > on halloween masks this time of year- like "grim reaper" types? (Something
          > > akin to this:
          > <http://www.zoogstercostumes.com/products/ru15241.html>http://www.zoogstercostumes.com/products/ru15241.html)
          > I've
          > > had a hard time finding the stuff, apart from the actual costumes in party
          > > stores.

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        • veann snyder
          that is a killer tip ill add that one to my book of tricks. [got to love the halloween puns] does cheese cloth take dye well so to make it black?
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            that is a killer tip ill add that one to my book of tricks. [got to love the halloween puns]
            does cheese cloth take dye well so to make it black?

            llsturts@... wrote:
            If all else fails, a couple layers of cheese cloth, dyed black will do the
            trick, and inexpensively, too. For "The Ghost of Christmas Future" in
            "Christmas Carol" we made an over large 'bag' that the actor wore over his
            head, under the the hood of his cloak. It worked well--the actor had full
            vision, his air wasn't restricted, but his face was totally concealed.

            ~lisa.s
            ---

            > Does anyone have a source for that black see-through fabric that you find
            > on halloween masks this time of year- like "grim reaper" types? (Something
            > akin to this: http://www.zoogstercostumes.com/products/ru15241.html) I've
            > had a hard time finding the stuff, apart from the actual costumes in party
            > stores.






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          • The Christiansens
            I dyed some cheesecloth a couple years ago for a Nazgul costume, and it came out more dark grey/purple-ish. It was Rit liquid dye. Denise
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              I dyed some cheesecloth a couple years ago for a Nazgul costume, and it
              came out more dark grey/purple-ish. It was Rit liquid dye.

              Denise
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              www.groups.yahoo.com/group/midwestharpers
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              On Oct 12, 2006, at 12:23 AM, veann snyder wrote:

              > that is a killer tip ill add that one to my book of tricks. [got to
              > love the halloween puns]
              > does cheese cloth take dye well so to make it black?
              >
              > llsturts@... wrote:
              > If all else fails, a couple layers of cheese cloth, dyed
              > black will do the
              > trick, and inexpensively, too. For "The Ghost of Christmas Future" in
              > "Christmas Carol" we made an over large 'bag' that the actor wore over
              > his
              > head, under the the hood of his cloak. It worked well--the actor had
              > full
              > vision, his air wasn't restricted, but his face was totally concealed.
              >
              > ~lisa.s
              > ---
              >
              >> Does anyone have a source for that black see-through fabric that you
              >> find
              >> on halloween masks this time of year- like "grim reaper" types?
              >> (Something
              >> akin to this: http://www.zoogstercostumes.com/products/ru15241.html)
              >> I've
              >> had a hard time finding the stuff, apart from the actual costumes in
              >> party
              >> stores.
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            • llsturts@greatlakes.net
              To counter that problem, add a touch of dark green or brown to the black dye bath. ~lisa.s
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                To counter that problem, add a touch of dark green or brown to the black
                dye bath.

                ~lisa.s
                ---

                > I dyed some cheesecloth a couple years ago for a Nazgul costume, and it
                > came out more dark grey/purple-ish. It was Rit liquid dye.
              • The Christiansens
                Thank you for that tip! I had never heard that one. Denise www.homepage.mac.com/leafbyniggle/ www.groups.yahoo.com/group/midwestharpers
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                  Thank you for that tip! I had never heard that one.

                  Denise
                  www.homepage.mac.com/leafbyniggle/
                  www.groups.yahoo.com/group/midwestharpers
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                  On Oct 12, 2006, at 10:58 AM, llsturts@... wrote:

                  > To counter that problem, add a touch of dark green or brown to the
                  > black
                  > dye bath.
                  >
                  > ~lisa.s
                  > ---
                  >
                  >> I dyed some cheesecloth a couple years ago for a Nazgul costume, and
                  >> it
                  >> came out more dark grey/purple-ish. It was Rit liquid dye.
                  >
                  >
                  >
                  >
                  >
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                • Jane Ellen Carr
                  Fabric Direct (http://www.fabricdirect.com) has black sport mesh - would that work for you?
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                    Fabric Direct (http://www.fabricdirect.com) has black sport mesh - would
                    that work for you?

                    http://www.fabricdirect.com/cgi/sh000015.pl?REFPAGE=http%3a%2f%2fwww%2efabricdirect%2ecom%2f&WD=mesh&PN=Sport%2dMesh%2ehtml%23a00016238#a00016238

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                    ----- Original Message -----
                    From: <llsturts@...>
                    To: <TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com>
                    Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2006 11:58 AM
                    Subject: Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] black see-thru fabric?


                    > To counter that problem, add a touch of dark green or brown to the black
                    > dye bath.
                    >
                    > ~lisa.s
                    > ---
                    >
                    >> I dyed some cheesecloth a couple years ago for a Nazgul costume, and it
                    >> came out more dark grey/purple-ish. It was Rit liquid dye.
                    >
                    >
                    >
                  • Jane Ellen Carr
                    Joann Fabrics has a number of black mesh fabrics for sale on their website (http://www.joann.com). Here is a link to one of them that is used for costumes -
                    Message 9 of 19 , Oct 12, 2006
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                      Joann Fabrics has a number of black mesh fabrics for sale on their website
                      (http://www.joann.com). Here is a link to one of them that is used for
                      costumes - there are more if you do a search for "mesh".

                      http://www.joann.com/catalog.jhtml?CATID=92360&PRODID=10296&source=search

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                      ----- Original Message -----
                      From: "rebecca bunny flower" <bunnyflower@...>
                      To: <TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com>
                      Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 4:38 PM
                      Subject: [TheCostumersManifesto] black see-thru fabric?


                      > Does anyone have a source for that black see-through fabric that you find
                      > on
                      > halloween masks this time of year- like "grim reaper" types? (Something
                      > akin
                      > to this: http://www.zoogstercostumes.com/products/ru15241.html) I've had
                      > a
                      > hard time finding the stuff, apart from the actual costumes in party
                      > stores.
                      >
                      > Thanks in advance! :)
                      >
                      > Rebecca
                      >
                      >
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                      >
                      >
                    • kozush@aol.com
                      When you were dyeing the cheese cloth for the Nazgul, did you remember to use double concentration? They also recommend doing the stove method for bright/dark
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                        When you were dyeing the cheese cloth for the Nazgul, did you remember to
                        use double concentration? They also recommend doing the stove method for
                        bright/dark colours. I've had more experience with the dry form...done it in a
                        bucket and sink and washing machine.

                        Sarah

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                      • Curtis
                        ... love the halloween puns] ... black will do the ... In practical terms, just about any black fabric will work. A lot of the masks that you see actually
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                          --- In TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com, veann snyder
                          <mother_snyder@...> wrote:
                          >
                          > that is a killer tip ill add that one to my book of tricks. [got to
                          love the halloween puns]
                          > does cheese cloth take dye well so to make it black?
                          >
                          > llsturts@... wrote:
                          > If all else fails, a couple layers of cheese cloth, dyed
                          black will do the
                          > trick, and inexpensively, too.

                          In practical terms, just about any black fabric will work. A lot of
                          the masks that you see actually just use a really light-weight
                          spandex. I made several masks for a show we do each year for
                          Halloween and just used some really light nylon fabric to cover mouth
                          slits (they were metal-looking hockey masks, but we didn't want to see
                          lips or teeth behind the 'grill' on the mask--since the performers are
                          dancing, they needed good air flow, as well.) If the light is on the
                          outside and inside is shadowed, it's very difficult to see anything
                          behind a black material.
                        • llsturts@greatlakes.net
                          It s just basic color theory: Theoretically, all colors mixed together make black. So if you have a black dye bath turning off color—like say purple, using a
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                            It's just basic color theory: Theoretically, all colors mixed together
                            make black. So if you have a black dye bath turning off color—like say
                            purple, using a bit of its tertiary color (green) or its complementary
                            color (yellow) will help make the black more true. Using brown, which is
                            just a mix of yellow and green, will get you there too. And at least for
                            me, I’m more likely to have brown dye hanging around rather than green or
                            yellow.

                            ~lisa.s


                            > Thank you for that tip! I had never heard that one.

                            >> To counter that problem, add a touch of dark green or brown to the
                            >> black dye bath.
                          • The Christiansens
                            So can I over-dye the purple-ish not-black garment with green? Or should I re-dye with black and a little green? Denise
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                              So can I over-dye the purple-ish not-black garment with green? Or
                              should I re-dye with black and a little green?

                              Denise

                              On Oct 13, 2006, at 10:00 AM, llsturts@... wrote:

                              > It's just basic color theory: Theoretically, all colors mixed together
                              > make black. So if you have a black dye bath turning off color—like say
                              > purple, using a bit of its tertiary color (green) or its complementary
                              > color (yellow) will help make the black more true. Using brown, which
                              > is
                              > just a mix of yellow and green, will get you there too. And at least
                              > for
                              > me, I’m more likely to have brown dye hanging around rather than green
                              > or
                              > yellow.
                              >
                              > ~lisa.s
                              >
                              >
                              >> Thank you for that tip! I had never heard that one.
                              >
                              >>> To counter that problem, add a touch of dark green or brown to the
                              >>> black dye bath.
                              >
                              >
                              >
                              >
                              >
                              >
                              >
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                            • MO Starkey
                              It s Be Halloween Soon! I have a large friend...XXX t-shirt to give you an idea of his size...6ft. He wants to make a costume of a Cheshire Cat. Where can I
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                                It's Be Halloween Soon!

                                I have a large friend...XXX t-shirt to give you an idea of his size...6ft. He wants to make a costume of a Cheshire Cat. Where can I get a jump suite pattern for an animal costume. I had a coworker dress up as Sylvester the cat and his wife made the outfit. I thought that pattern would be good. But I can't find it. Any help would be...helpful. Thanks
                                Maurine


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                              • Pierre & Sandy Pettinger
                                It s not a jumpsuit, but it could be joined to make one.... Kwik-Sew men s patterns go to 2X, so blowing up one size probably won t be so bad - they have a
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                                  It's not a jumpsuit, but it could be joined to make one....

                                  Kwik-Sew men's patterns go to 2X, so blowing up
                                  one size probably won't be so bad - they have a
                                  long underwear pattern - top and bottom. They
                                  could be done a little large, and joined at the
                                  waist (snaps or velcro). The pattern number is
                                  2389. There's also a pajama pattern (3044) that might be adaptable also.

                                  HTH,
                                  Sandy

                                  At 01:58 PM 10/13/2006, you wrote:

                                  >It's Be Halloween Soon!
                                  >
                                  >I have a large friend...XXX t-shirt to give you
                                  >an idea of his size...6ft. He wants to make a
                                  >costume of a Cheshire Cat. Where can I get a
                                  >jump suite pattern for an animal costume. I had
                                  >a coworker dress up as Sylvester the cat and his
                                  >wife made the outfit. I thought that pattern
                                  >would be good. But I can't find it. Any help would be...helpful. Thanks
                                  >Maurine
                                  >
                                  >Mo Starkey, an artist's space;
                                  ><http://www.mostarkey.com>http://www.mostarkey.com
                                  >
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                                • veann snyder
                                  will that work is it has already been dyed and dried. i dyed some material trying to turn it black and it turned a ucky gray. so can i do the dark green add
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                                    will that work is it has already been dyed and dried. i dyed some material trying to turn it black and it turned a ucky gray. so can i do the dark green add now or do i need to add dark green and black?

                                    The Christiansens <rtc@...> wrote: Thank you for that tip! I had never heard that one.

                                    Denise
                                    www.homepage.mac.com/leafbyniggle/
                                    www.groups.yahoo.com/group/midwestharpers
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                                    On Oct 12, 2006, at 10:58 AM, llsturts@... wrote:

                                    > To counter that problem, add a touch of dark green or brown to the
                                    > black
                                    > dye bath.
                                    >
                                    > ~lisa.s
                                    > ---
                                    >
                                    >> I dyed some cheesecloth a couple years ago for a Nazgul costume, and
                                    >> it
                                    >> came out more dark grey/purple-ish. It was Rit liquid dye.
                                    >
                                    >
                                    >
                                    >
                                    >
                                    > Yahoo! Groups Links
                                    >
                                    >
                                    >
                                    >

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                                  • llsturts@greatlakes.net
                                    Dyed and dried shouldn t be a problem; just make sure your fabric is good and wet before putting it into the dye pot. Other wise, the new dye could take
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                                      Dyed and dried shouldn't be a problem; just make sure your fabric is good
                                      and wet before putting it into the dye pot. Other wise, the new dye could
                                      take unevenly. I'd probably use a black/green dye bath. Also, as someone
                                      else mentioned, for dark or very saturated colors, the boil and steep
                                      method is often the best--just make sure the fabric can take the heat and
                                      wet time.

                                      AND (important: recent bitter experience here) *always* do a test swatch
                                      before committing all your fabric to any dye or color alteration.
                                      Yesterday, I had to grubby up a a medium gray knit shirt that I knew, from
                                      the tag, had a high acrylic content. As a final touch, I spattered a bit
                                      of weak bleach across the garment. Instead of spotting white or yellow as
                                      I expected, it went pink. In this case, it wasn't a problem, but it could
                                      have been.

                                      ~lisa.s

                                      > will that work is it has already been dyed and dried. i dyed some material
                                      > trying to turn it black and it turned a ucky gray. so can i do the dark
                                      > green add now or do i need to add dark green and black?
                                    • veann snyder
                                      thanks. i had to splash a pair of sweats with bleach ones because my son accidentally splashed some on it when doing laundry. and as they where very
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                                        thanks. i had to splash a pair of sweats with bleach ones because my son accidentally splashed some on it when doing laundry. and as they where very comfortable. i took bleach in a syringe and did some heart shapes with bleach and a few random splatters. then it looked like i planed the whole thing instead of looking like i was fixing an accident.lol

                                        llsturts@... wrote: Dyed and dried shouldn't be a problem; just make sure your fabric is good
                                        and wet before putting it into the dye pot. Other wise, the new dye could
                                        take unevenly. I'd probably use a black/green dye bath. Also, as someone
                                        else mentioned, for dark or very saturated colors, the boil and steep
                                        method is often the best--just make sure the fabric can take the heat and
                                        wet time.

                                        AND (important: recent bitter experience here) *always* do a test swatch
                                        before committing all your fabric to any dye or color alteration.
                                        Yesterday, I had to grubby up a a medium gray knit shirt that I knew, from
                                        the tag, had a high acrylic content. As a final touch, I spattered a bit
                                        of weak bleach across the garment. Instead of spotting white or yellow as
                                        I expected, it went pink. In this case, it wasn't a problem, but it could
                                        have been.

                                        ~lisa.s

                                        > will that work is it has already been dyed and dried. i dyed some material
                                        > trying to turn it black and it turned a ucky gray. so can i do the dark
                                        > green add now or do i need to add dark green and black?






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                                      • Randolph Keator
                                        How about a set of coveralls (like mechanics wear ) ? I ve seen them in the local Wal-Mart to 4X . Basically the same as a jumpsuit. ... From: Pierre & Sandy
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                                          How about a set of coveralls (like mechanics wear ) ? I've seen them in the local Wal-Mart to 4X . Basically the same as a jumpsuit.
                                          ----- Original Message -----
                                          From: Pierre & Sandy Pettinger
                                          To: TheCostumersManifesto@yahoogroups.com
                                          Sent: Saturday, October 14, 2006 12:53 AM
                                          Subject: [TheCostumersManifesto] Re: Large jumpsuit


                                          It's not a jumpsuit, but it could be joined to make one....

                                          Kwik-Sew men's patterns go to 2X, so blowing up
                                          one size probably won't be so bad - they have a
                                          long underwear pattern - top and bottom. They
                                          could be done a little large, and joined at the
                                          waist (snaps or velcro). The pattern number is
                                          2389. There's also a pajama pattern (3044) that might be adaptable also.

                                          HTH,
                                          Sandy

                                          At 01:58 PM 10/13/2006, you wrote:

                                          >It's Be Halloween Soon!
                                          >
                                          >I have a large friend...XXX t-shirt to give you
                                          >an idea of his size...6ft. He wants to make a
                                          >costume of a Cheshire Cat. Where can I get a
                                          >jump suite pattern for an animal costume. I had
                                          >a coworker dress up as Sylvester the cat and his
                                          >wife made the outfit. I thought that pattern
                                          >would be good. But I can't find it. Any help would be...helpful. Thanks
                                          >Maurine
                                          >
                                          >Mo Starkey, an artist's space;
                                          ><http://www.mostarkey.com>http://www.mostarkey.com
                                          >
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