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Topic: TUTORIAL ADDED 1/8/06 Japanese Lolita Sock/legwarmers  (Read 28559 times)
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« on: January 01, 2006 05:42:32 PM »

I made these for my cosplaying... they're more gothic lolita or EGL than anime

I just threw them together last night and finished right before the new year at 12AM lol

Please don't mind my feet and my dumb expression.... ALSO I DIDN'T MAKE THE DRESS... I wish I had lol but I'm working on one like it soon. I bought this one from hot topic.

Comments would be wonderful Cheesy

Also.. If you've never seen these here's some pictures of what they're SUPPOST to look like :


>>A<< Measure just below you knee, where its marked A on the picture above. Write that number down.  
>>B<< There are 2 methods for getting measurement B.  Either multiply what you got for measurement A by 1.5 OR get a pair of bellbottom jeans that have the bell you like (the widened bottom) and just take a measuring tape and measure that.  Write this down also.
>>C<< For measurment C simple measure from the bottom of your knee where you measured for A and then measure to below your ankle or all the way to the floor.

>>MATH<< Take the measurments you wrote down earlier and divide both measurment A by 2 and measurment B by 2.  You need to add 1.5 inches to each measurment for your stitching.
>>PATTERN<< Get some newspaper or a paper bag and flatten it out.  Get a yardstick or ruler and marker.  Measure out a line just like the one in the picture above as long as what you measured for C.  Then take the math anwser of A and make a line coming from the top of the line you just made.  Take the math anwser of B and make a line coming from te bottom of line C.  Finally make a line connecting A and B like in the picture.

Get 1 yard of material.  Fold it once in half and then once again. So it looks like the picture above.  Put the pattern with C on the fold. Cut.  You should get 2 piece when your done.
SPANDEX--- Get some spandex waist, it doesn't matter what width and cut it to like 1.5 inches less then what you MEASURED A as.

1.)  Make the ends touch and sew 5/8 down the edge.
2.)  Sew the the spandex waisting on the upper part.  Make sure to stretch it alittle while you  sew it on the top and make sure you sew it on the WRONG side close to the edge.
3.)  Fold in the spandex so its not showing and sew 5/8 from the folded edge.  Fold in the bottom about an inch and do the same.

OPTIONAL!!!!! Use the measurements from STEP 1 to get the lengths you need for your lace, fur, ribbon, ect... and then sew it on the outside.
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« Reply #1 on: January 01, 2006 06:36:02 PM »

cuuute. Smiley

I wanna make me a pair. Smiley
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« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2006 08:43:27 AM »

Tute please! I've been wanting those since the summer, but I think $50 is a little too much to spend on them.  Wink

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« Reply #3 on: January 08, 2006 04:30:14 PM »

Love!  Those are great for cold days.  Or so I've heard.  I dun' have any of my own (too lazy/poor/something else to make my own.  XD; )
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« Reply #4 on: January 08, 2006 04:41:04 PM »

i honestly don't mean any harm by this comment, but I think that these are the ugliest things I've EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE!!

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« Reply #5 on: January 08, 2006 04:46:24 PM »

i think they have their place.

i wouldn't wear them because they'd make my calves look huge, but beyond that...

« Reply #6 on: January 08, 2006 05:42:40 PM »

So cute! I'd wear it, but... I have nowhere TO wear it.Cheesy

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« Reply #7 on: January 08, 2006 06:02:24 PM »

 Cheesy oooh those are sooo cute...i luv 'em
great job...i like the gothic look to them

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« Reply #8 on: January 08, 2006 06:52:38 PM »

I like yours even better than the others you posted.  The lace is a cute touch.
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« Reply #9 on: January 08, 2006 07:29:02 PM »

i am obsessed with those ^^ my friend had one like yours except in white and her friend was like "what kind of socks are you wearing?!" XD

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