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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Rubber/latex/PVC corset construction help? on: October 13, 2007 09:35:48 PM
Okay, I am pretty bad at sewing, but for some reason, I want to take on this ambitious task. I'm going to see GWAR in a little over a week (if you don't know what that is, do not look it up; it is obscene thrash metal), and I need something that can get splattered with fake blood, sludge and such. If I can't figure out how to make something rubbery and cleanable, it's no big deal; I can just go to Goodwill and throw something together, but if anyone has any ideas or tips, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks! <3

PS - I once partially made a corded corset, but never managed to finish it (i.e., I got frustrated and just left the cords stick out, which was quite painful). So I'm not completely starting from nothing, but I might as well be...
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