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1  TOYS, DOLLS AND PLAYTHINGS / Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Discussion and Questions / How to keep a big-headed plushie's head from tipping over? on: August 31, 2013 03:21:25 PM
So I need advice with an issue I've been having and am going to have on a plushie I'm making soon, and it's just like the title says - I make my plushies with adorably oversized heads which are, consequently, relatively heavy and have a habit of either tipping over depressingly or just ending up face first.
I'm making a plushie of this cutie (http://animalcrossing.wikia.com/wiki/Henry sorry about the link) in the near future and as you can see, he has a disproportionately enormous noggin and I know he will end up face down more than occasionally.
So how could I keep a plushie will a cranium of large proportions from tipping over all the time?
2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Will taking off this piece of fabric cause a shirt to come undone? on: March 03, 2012 06:19:25 AM
This piece of fabric has been the bane of many a tanktop I've made.  I need to take it off for what I'm working on now, but I'm afraid of the shirt falling apart if I do.
I know there's stitching under this, but I don't really know why this piece is there and if it's important to the structure of the shirt.
Will my shirt stay in one piece if I take this off?
3  CLOTHING / Shoes: Discussion and Questions / Help a newbie out (aka where do I start)? on: December 12, 2008 02:21:51 PM
I want to make my best friend a pair of sneakers for Christmas, but I don't have much time, so I need some help.
I got a pair of white knock off Vans from Walmart.  Step one complete.
Now, when I want to decorate them, can I just Sharpie them?  Will it run?  Or should I use paint?  Like, the 75 cent paint, or the really expensive kind?  Can I use Mod Podge to finish, or will that warp them?  Do I have to buy the spray stuff to finish them?

I have no idea what to do.  Even the littlest bit of help is appreciated!
4  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / How to make tights out of non-stretchy fabric? on: November 22, 2008 01:24:40 PM
Coming out of my lurker shadow to ask a question!

I know there's a wonderful tutorial of how to make leggings on here, but it's made out of a stretchy fabric.  I bought 5 yards of (I think it's cotton?  Maybe?) diamond print fabric for $1, and it would make great tights.  But, it's not stretchy.  Should I get a pair of tights that fit and just trace the pattern or something?

Thanks in advance ♥
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