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Topic: two hoodies becomes awesome military jacket  (Read 7267 times)
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JOODITO
« Reply #20 on: May 19, 2009 05:31:01 PM »




genius.


beautiful work.

 thanks for sharing!
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johnnyxlondon
« Reply #21 on: May 28, 2009 04:36:14 PM »

Wow I really like it. I think I'll make one, I just can never find plain enough sweatshirts at thrift stores and I am too cheap to buy new ones. But I will save this for later. Thanks for the instructions!

you're pretty outta luck now, but about mid-august, everywhere from target to walmart to dollar general starts selling FTL plain zip hoodies for anywhere from $10 down to as little as 3, so go stock up then.


That is an incredibly cool jacket! All the flaps and shiny buttons! It looks way too complex to make to me (plus I'm not sure it would look half so awesome on someone with D-cups), so I think I'll just have to stick with admiring its coolness on you! Great job!!

actually, jackets like this (that zip to about 2/3 up the torso) are great for accentuating "assets" (and i mean in a "show 'em off" way), so you could actually pull it off :p
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