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1  Tie-Up Tank top in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by Alt+Hana on: October 16, 2017 07:25:51 AM
Hi All Smiley

I just finished making this tie-up tank top and I've made a pattern that I hope will work for most people. I made the shirt from an oversized dress shirt but you could use new material if you wanted to.

To make this, you need 2 measurements in inches: under your bust (ribcage/band) and from under your armpit, to your hips. Then follow the attached pattern calculations to make your own pattern! You will also need to make 4 strings of 12 inches each, and straps. The strings should be sewn to the front panel corners, and to the side seams, half of the height (one coming inside, and one going outside).

Let me know if you have any questions!
If you want directions that are more visual or descriptive, look at the video I have made: https://youtu.be/0YAdLRAVkR8
Enjoy! Smiley




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2  Re: Dr. Poison Mask and Hood (from Wonder Woman) in Halloween Costumes by Alt+Hana on: October 08, 2017 12:16:11 AM
I'd like to see it on!


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3  Easy 2 minute ideas for your t-shirts in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Alt+Hana on: October 06, 2017 12:34:28 PM
Helloo!!!
Here are 5 ways to make your older t-shirts a little more exciting.
I have seen some of these styles in stores lately but I thought why not just do it to a shirt I already own Smiley

1. Roll up the sleeves and make 3 small stitches (front, side, back) so the sleeves stay up!
2. The tied up crop! Cut from the bottom of the shirt to your belly button on the front, side, or back and tie the two pieces together.
3. Butterfly back. Cut a large upside-down V out of the back of the shirt to open it up.
4. Cut a small slit under the neckline on one side in the front.
5. The "collar t-shirt". Cut the middle third of the front neckline. Cut out a V shape as deep as you'd like.

If you want more details you can see the instructions in my video: https://youtu.be/dxibl2xhkA0

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4  Dr. Poison Mask and Hood (from Wonder Woman) in Halloween Costumes by Alt+Hana on: October 05, 2017 12:37:33 PM
Hi all!

For this Halloween I am going as Dr. Poison from Wonder Woman. It is easy to make and you can do it mostly from things you have at home. The steps are:

1. Make a paper mach mask on your face.
2. Once dry, cut out the shape, and paint it with your skin tone paint, and some lip colour to help it blend.
3. Trace a hood shape onto dark green fabric and sew up the back of the head and front of the neck.
4. Cut 8 slits on each side and guide a shoelace through it. Then glue brown paper triangles to it.

If you want more detail of how to made the costume, I made a video tutorial: https://youtu.be/6ah-YePXnkc  or ask me any questions Smiley

Hope you like it!

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