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1  T-shirt resized using the safety pin corset technique! in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by LaMortes on: December 27, 2004 05:33:54 PM
Hi everyone! My dad gave me this really cool Harley Davidson, with a pitbull and "Survival Of The Fittest" written on it. Obviously, it was waaay too big for me, and I was hesitant to cut it up because I didn't want to ruin it. So I decided to do a corset in the back like you've probably already seen on this website before. Since I did this with no calculations whatsoever I had to try it on a few times to ge the right size. For the sleeves, I simply put them in a bunch, passed a ribbon through the neck hole and the arm hole and pinned the two ends together with a safety pin. Oh, and the striped skirt you see is not part of the shirt.
Here are the results! Again, all comments are welcomed!

EDIT: AWW crap I'm such a dumbass.. I posted this in the purses bags and wallets section! To proove that I'm even dumber, I don't know how to move it! Help anyone?  Undecided
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2  Spider Web Tutu! in Clothing: Completed Projects: General by LaMortes on: December 27, 2004 05:26:14 PM
Yay, My first time to post a project!  Grin

After asking liliesinmycereal a bunch of questions and having a major problem with cutting the bottom, I finally finished my tutu!
I used the tutorial found under the two first pictures to help me: https://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=17995.0
The back makes my butt look big but oh well, a tutu isn't made to be flat isn't it?

This is the front:


And back:

Sorry for the dirty mirror and the cyclist pants! hehe. that's not how i'd wear my tutu, the pants i wanted were in the washing machine at that time.
Tell me what you think of it! Any comments welcomed, I'm not scared of criticism.
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