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Topic: HELP! 36 hours to ComicCon and my Harley costume fell through  (Read 761 times)
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« on: August 09, 2012 12:46:05 AM »

I had an idea for a Harley Quinn inspired Victorian costume, the skirt came out almost as I had planned, and I had intentended to wear a red and black underbust corset with it (Roethke tutorial), but with the liner I added it looks far too bulky kind of defeating it's purpose. My sewing machine isnt with me and I have no way to get to it before the con, so anything I do would have to be hand stitched. I still have a surplus of black and red fabrics but no clothes that I could just stitch together in a makeshift thing. Any ideas would be so helpful.
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