Our 1st book is out now • Find out more & order a copy », A quick and easy Queen of Hearts costume! The design also features pockets with…. [url]http://buzzybeesworld.blogspot.co.nz/2010/06/trench-coat-collar-draft.html[/url] This one is pretty darn good.
Try wearing a red or black dress if possible, the awesome cards collar will do all the rest ;). it it the same as craft foam? The only part of this costume you need to "make" is the collar. Also no falling collar, just the collar stand :). Wicked costume @breannacooke. it's as stiff as a place mat!" - CLOTHING - Hi, I've been busy with a new project and I'm 1 step away from being finished. To clean finish and close the stand collar, apply a slip stitch along the folded edges of the facing, connecting it to the neckline seam line as shown. Do both sides and fold in half to make sure the pins match.
The rest is just pieces from my closet. The robe for my costume wasn’t going to support the weight of the collar, so I made a base from EVA foam (you can use those interlocking anti-fatigue floor mats, visit my Resources page for where to buy it). Or painting a thin coating of glue that dries clear....might give it some stiffness? Press.
I hot glued and sewed the individual collar pieces to this foam/fabric base, then loosely stitched it to the robe. After I used several patterns to get the top and darts I wanted, I dug out this book. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. I work my way down the front and do the same on the other side. But I found these and was told they are made by Pfaff.
Make Threads a part of your holiday. Build in a little space to keep the pull and tab covered. She used cardboard and wire to hold the collar upright. if you want to make the collar yourself, cut out the shape of the collar. // ]]> Breanna Cooke is a Dallas-based graphic designer known for her award-winning body paint and costume creations.