Sorry I haven't logged on in a while. I used Simplicity 3627 D. I had to add the weird little shoulder triangles, but other than that it was pretty simple. It's a great jacket pattern for everyday wear too; I'm working on one with normal fabric in orange
I made this jacket a few months ago for my 80's themed choir concert. Being a huge procrastinator, I ended up making it the night before out of a cheap plastic tablecloth. Even at the grocery store after the concert, a few people came to me and recognized the jacket immediately. Michael Jackson's style was one-of-a-kind, and he will continue to be an inspiration to me.
sorry I haven't been on for a long time... thanks for all the suggestions. I did try to wash the shirts in the washing machine, and some brands held up better than others. Krylon flaked a little bit, but Painter's Touch held up really well. I might have to try Simply Spray sometime though.
So...this year during homecoming week my school is having a superhero/villain day and I decided to make and sell Batman shirts! I found the picture I wanted online, put it in black and white, and cut a stencil of it... BUT I used regular spray paint to paint the shirts, so they have to be hand washed in cold water . Btw, does anyone have any ideas as far as getting the same look using a different medium? I know airbrushing is an option, but I won't have the money for that until Christmas...