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Topic: my polka-dotted hood hoodie with devil horns!!!TUTORIAL p.2!!!  (Read 20195 times)
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« Reply #10 on: March 02, 2006 09:43:43 PM »

amazing! I love it! Grin
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« Reply #11 on: March 03, 2006 07:54:14 AM »

TUT TUT TUT

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« Reply #12 on: March 03, 2006 01:50:35 PM »

Hum... i'm thinking of making a tutorial just like for the experience of making one, but it looks hard! I'll think of it! It was quite simple making the hoodie.

Well anyways check back for a tut! While writing this message, I decided yes, i'll make a tut...that is, if you guys really want one Wink!

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« Reply #13 on: March 04, 2006 06:21:04 AM »

I have seen similar for sale here in australia in surf shops they were expensive,
though the only main difference was that the horns were flat not filled.
They also sell knitted beanies with the horns too.
I think you have done a great job.
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« Reply #14 on: March 04, 2006 07:31:49 AM »

OMG if you make a tut you will get good Karma for a long long time, not to mention being a craftster superstar!

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« Reply #15 on: March 04, 2006 09:44:54 AM »

yay i want a tut!
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« Reply #16 on: April 10, 2006 05:06:57 PM »

Hi!! So FINALLY i finnished this tutorial!
Here it iiiis!

Okay so I decided I wont make a tut on how to make the hoodie itself (since I noticed I suck badly at

tutorial making) but don't worry, it's a basic hoodie! I took one of my fav Puma hoodies and drafted a

pattern. It's simple.

As for the horns and hood lining, here's the tuts.

You will need : big enough scraps of your hoodie
                       stuffing (whatever works for you is fine, i used old coat linning)
                       sewing machine (of course you could do it by hand, just make sure you sew it strongly)
          Needle and thread (to sew the finnished horns on hood)
          material for the linning
 
First things first: the horns. Why not the lining? Keep on reading and you'll see!

Draw a pattern if you're not confortable with cutting it out raw from the material, but this step is optional.



Step two (if you made the pattern) use it! Pin the pattern to your material and cut!

Step three: do as my drawings say.








Step four: Flip your horns on the right side. Take your stuffing and, yes, you guessed it, stuff the horns!

Step five: the most frustrating, hard step in this hole project : sewing the horns on the hood..*cringe*
. Okay but this is the most importent thing so here we go, take a deep breath! Oh but wait, if you are good

at sewing by hand, this is going to be like cake for you, eh, lol! 

the tricky part is to sew it so the tread wont show. The thing is you have to fold the material at the end so

when you sew, the seam wont show because it will be underneath. Yes, this is very hard to explain. It's

like when you make a stuffed animal, you have to leave a gap to stuff it, right? Well when you close the seam,

it's exactly the same thing you have to do to sew on the horns! Ouf, that was hard to explain!
So far so good? I hope so! Now on to the hood lining!

Now, the reason for the linning was mostly because after I finnished sewing the horns, I could see the hem

in the inside of the hood where the linning is supposed to be. If that wouldn't of happened, I would have left

it "linningless" because usually we sew linning before we sew the hood on the hoodie. But anyways, it's

doable the other way around.

So first of all, take the same mesurements you used to make the hood by itself (i can't tell you exactly

because it might vary from one hoodie to the next). Basically what you do is sew a second hood but with

the linning material you chose. This is slightly harder to sew on when you've already sewn the hood on the

hoodie! So is you haven't started yet, I, if I were you, would consider doing this before. But i'll explain how I

did it in case some of you made the same mistake as me!

Let's pretend my paper is your linning.

Fold the material at the end:

And then sew it on where i am pointing:

You have to sew all around (logically!!)

Okay so now, after struggulling trought the understanding of my tutorial, you should get I nice final product!!
If there are many unclear explanations, please pm me! Don't be shy! Wink Eek! There's full of unwanted spaces in this post! Uuhg! To lazy to fix it! anyways ...lol

Cya guys later! Smiley
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« Reply #17 on: April 10, 2006 06:03:11 PM »

SOOOO cute!
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« Reply #18 on: April 10, 2006 06:46:39 PM »

I love it. Polka-dots are always a fabulous addition, and who doesn't love little horns?
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« Reply #19 on: April 10, 2006 08:24:10 PM »

I saw zipper-front bunnyhugs with horns on them at Trashy.com and as far as I remember, they were stupidly expensive. Yours looks just adorable.
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