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1  QUILTING / Quilting: Completed Projects / T-Shirt Goth Quilt on: January 28, 2012 11:35:36 AM
A friend of mine likes to browse pinterest and find things he wants to do. He recently lost a lot of weight so he had all these t-shirts that were way to large for him. Most of the shirts had sentimental value so instead of throwing them away he found and idea for a t-shirt quilt and dragged me into the project.

Total time: approx 22 hours?

This was my first time making a quilt so there was a lot of learning involved.

2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Bond Suede to Hoodie help! (Suede noob) on: November 06, 2011 12:37:24 AM
I *think* this is the place I should post a question like this.
I am looking for advice on what's the best, most permanent glue to bond suede to a regular jacket. I will be gluing on the suede in patches for a skeleton pattern.

Also, for the people with suede experience, do I have to worry about the edges of the suede fraying?  I'm really really really trying to avoid sewing the patches on.

My current thoughts are something like shoe glue  to make a flexible permanent bond.

Any thoughts/suggestions would be muchly appreciated. 
3  CLOTHING / Shoes: Completed Projects / Boots for Harley Cosplay on: August 09, 2011 07:07:08 PM
I'm going to Dragon con later in the month, but my good friend from Minnesota is coming to visit me tomorrow and we're doing a photoshoot as Harley (me - Arkham city) and Poison Ivy (her - Arkham Asylum). I'm not really sure where to post this and I apologize for the terrible picture quality.. but these are the boots that I finished!

If anyone's curious this is what the boots should look like. I added buttons so I could get them off and on but still have the skin-tight effect. Also, while you can't really see it in the pictures I have the knee-frame thing on both boots.. it's just hard to see in the photos.

Thanks for looking!

-Oh an if anyone's curious they were made out of pleather.
- I would post the images directly but apparently you need to post 10x before you're allowed to imbed pics... :-/
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