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01-11-2005
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Some snowboarding attire... I made the bandana. It's damaged and has black patches of the same material sewn on.

edit: you can see the details if you click on the pic.
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Suhbb-scribby-scribe. This thread is awesome. I will post some recons one day.

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seth...you're cute!...
you look a little like you're a very stylish terrorist though......


i FINALLY sewed the ribbon on that skirt i made...
so it's on to the next project...
hmm...what to tackle next......


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^LOL Thanks! I wana see your skirt...

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Seth--your customizations are v.v. cool!
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Here's my jacket I just completed-I did a sort decopage technique with the lace and pasted each bit in an overlapping approach and I added a bit of tassle on the sleeve....that was actually kind of difficult because I couldn't get them to fall the right way so I went through that process three or four times before I got it the way I wanted.



 
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beautiful, scott!
it looks as if the lace were growing out of it...

seth, one stylish terrorist indeed

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^like trees :p Another correlation to my love of nature

Thank you darling

Thanks to Elegance is Refusal for the karma....my that was quick!

 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Scott
Here's my jacket I just completed-I did a sort decopage technique with the lace and pasted each bit in an overlapping approach and I added a bit of tassle on the sleeve....that was actually kind of difficult because I couldn't get them to fall the right way so I went through that process three or four times before I got it the way I wanted.
Awesome , Scott! Would u mind sharing how u paste the laces? Can we have a close up, pls?

 
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It looks great Scott!! What kind of paste did you use to attach the lace to the fabric?

 
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^just some normal fabric paste that dries clear. You could barely even tell on closer inspection that I used paste as most the black and texture from the lace masqued it.

 
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Great job Scott You're the most fashionable man in town

 
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Another top I just completed. Please click for larger pic Do you guys think anyone would buy this if I made a web shop?

Scott, thats awesome. Gives me some ideas. I wonder how it looks with someone in it?
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You ever looked at the website that sold Mary-Kate's holey shirts? I think it was markandestel.com? If those can sell, then I think yours would, too. And your pics and clothes look cool to boot.

 
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I know a few people earlier in this thread were talking about dyeing shoes. I'm hoping to dye some distressed leather boots and I was wondering whether leather dye, suede/nubuck dye or leather paint would work best. I'd guess suede/nubuck would work well, as nubuck is pretty much distressed leather, or would leather dye work best? Presumably leather paint will only work on a smooth surface. Has anyone got any experience with dyeing distressed leathers?

 
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