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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: BURDA ?! on: June 06, 2012 08:57:03 PM
thanks gals, I was having a hard time since im new to sewing sorta and def new to burda, however i see it used alot on here, the sizing has always confused me but maybe im to comercialized lol IE; go the store see my size buy it, instead of having the measurments ready. so so will do measurments and get it done then. thanks a bunch.  I see if I purchase it too they are download, do they mail any patterns?
2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: Thoughts on making a skirt like this. on: June 05, 2012 07:56:42 PM
however you get to the end of this its gorgeous and you just have to do it! I LURVE THIS wish i could wear it!
3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / BURDA ?! on: June 05, 2012 06:56:03 PM
ok had to gain attention! lol I have found a few Burda patterns i lurve, my question well my first is if they are free and i down load them where the heck to your or how do you print them? on regular paper and piece it togather?   Huh  also the sizing seems weird to me can anyone explain in laymens terms for this lame woman? spanks all!
4  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: for a rave dress!!!! on: April 03, 2012 08:30:45 AM
she is looking for that hem of a dress but the dress in black and daisies on the bewbies. i found a pattern that i love and im going to alter to fit her bottom hem style,  with this dress she doesnt want to wear a bra so i think in addition to the bodice ill add some bra push up pads idk what they are called they are foreign to my large bewbs lol but this way it will be tight enough to fit her right and keep her bewbs in check and up high haha. and im looking to add lights to it too, so the padding on the bewbs will help withcomfort as well.  below is the dress pattern i found Smiley


http://mccallpattern.mccall.com/m6350-products-14405.php?page_id=108
5  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / for a rave dress!!!! on: March 18, 2012 12:08:24 PM
Ok so my friends came to me last night and wants me to make her a A-symetrical hemmed dress with daisy bewbs!  oh so im thinking the dress should be like a black linen, so the fabric is light and breathable since we all know what rave are about it needs to be a a light fabric. she also wanted the straps to be thinner and a sweat heart neckline and for me to make giant daisys to cover her bewbies!  so i found a dress style for a referance but the waist needs to be higher and the neckline changed, I also think it would be cool for the center of the daisies to be like blinky lights? that maybe a little more advanced for me so ill just have to create some giant daisies and see how it goes. any ways any idea or patterns you can think of would be great i didnt find anything in burda or new look yes but doing a google i found something similar that would need slight changes.  but like i said info thoughts are MORE thank welcomed I have 82 days to find the stuff i need and make it Smiley thanks guys and gals!
April

6  BATH AND BEAUTY / Bath and Beauty: Completed Projects / Re: Feather hair extensions DIY now with TUTORIAL on: September 09, 2011 03:39:50 PM
I had some put in at my salon and one came out after a couple days and I put it back in myself and it lasted longer.  I won't be wearing the feathers anymore as I found out that the roosters are killed in order to get the feathers. A lot of roosters are being killed to keep up with the high demand.
Actually, the roosters are eaten.  Just so you know.  Plus feathers can be plucked without killing a rooster.

THANKYOU! i eat enough chicken to earn some extensions, not only that i use feathers in almost all of my crafts, yummy chicken! hmm now i know what im cooking for dinnah!!!
7  NEWS AND DISCUSSION ABOUT CRAFTSTER / Suggest New Boards and New Features / question about a possible new thread? on: August 07, 2011 12:42:54 PM
I'm wondering if there is a way (and mods please move if I'm not posting in the right spot) or a want to for the "adults" to show or share patterns that are geared more on the adult side, OK so here's the skinny, quite a few of my girlfriends are lesbians and have a hard time finding harnesses for their um use that wont hurt or chaff we will keep this PG. so I found a pattern for one to make and customize, so what I'm wondering i there a section where we can share patterns for these things or not, like a um clean fetish sections lol idk, you just cant show your bits and bobs but the things you DIY-ed for it idk, it doesn't necessarily have to be fetish wear but things you made for adult fun. and patterns for it, it may sound dumb or maybe I'm just the only one that will say it but i think it would be awesome for other to share their stuff. but idk if it will work since we do have younger craftsters, who are awesome BTW! but still under 18 lol  So i thought it would be worth a shot to ask! thanks! Smiley
8  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: Has anyone every made a home made bra for a DD?? on: August 07, 2011 12:29:06 PM
phantom!!! THANK THANK THANK YOU~  im going to be heading to her site for supply purchases in the near paycheck future!
im glad someone on here has the same general size as me!! i know girl have a hard tome finding d and dd that fits right but dayum try ours out for a min LOL oh and going to Lane Bryant just never works out for me so i don't, i end up going to the boob specialists lol the places where i only get to buy two bras a yea cause they cost 60$ a piece.  I'm much more into being able to make my own stuff even though im very inexperienced at sewing id still rather do it! then its how i want in the style i want!, anyways thanks for all your info! i think shes comming to LA which is only a cpl hours from here maybe ill check it out!
9  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: Has anyone every made a home made bra for a DD?? on: July 12, 2011 10:10:43 PM
The problem that i have Is i cant find a good pattern for a bra and im a 46 G or FF, i have actually found alot with bigger sizes but smaller band size, idk, and I have the same problem im tired of spending 60$ on a bra that isnt cute!! I remembered a chick on here before that made her own bras and she made them outta all kinds of stuff, cotton, lace whatever even her own bikinis, which i wouldnt make for me , BUT i remember them being super cute and she was a small band size and big cupped, my dilemma HOWEVER is i just started sewing, whihc is not a huge deal to me to make and remake till i get if perfect cause im like that with all the stuff i make, lol, its just finding the right patteren for me, i actually love the old pin up styles and found this bra pattern named "pin up bra pattern 1245" but i can only find it in Germany! lol so any state side refferences will be awesome! and im in So Cal so driving would be ok too of curse same with ordereing, ok im rambling and my typing is shite cause i broke two nails, argh!! byes!
10  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: heart shaped fascinator hat block help! on: February 16, 2011 10:15:43 AM
nothing huh? dangit!
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