Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Busy busy bee

Righti ho, finally got a chance to update some more and make some posts.
Been stuck in a room for weeks churning out designs and making them, i now have a collection of two jackets, a dress, some trousers and a two skirts. (il get pictures of them up soon)

Jacket. This is a 5-7 pice garment, the first pice consists of 2-4 pieces that makes a hollow oval these are the arms, with the idea of joining them restricting moment and the ability to pretty much do anything. then the body is simple attached with an under-yoke and a chunky zip on the back, one finished with white surgical marking stitches the other bleach into and warn out coloring.
Skirts! After making one witch was well tad to frumpy yes tight at the knee with altering patens, vertical and horizontal striping pattern (in the aim of a deformity in the pattern because its not all the same) i decided to make another one. This little nightmare was aufal to make as i erm cut all the pieces out a tad wrong and had to skim bits off in order to add bits in to make it all work, it works on the bases of an hourglass shame, skinny waist, bulgy hips and exceedingly tight on the knee restricting the ability to walk. The aim of this skirt is t corset the lower half and restrict movement giving you a slight handicap. This also has alternating panels of pattern and has been bleached into.
The trouser, with a mega low crouch double pleat on the front single on the back sides, done in grey planed to be coated in plaster these little beauties are comfy smart cash and hard to walk in if you have a large stride, for these i should have added an extra crotch pice to make them a bit baggier or done some prints o the leg to make them a tad more exsighting.
The finally pice, beautiful cream fake fur arms and a stiff pattern body that drops bellow the knee with draww string to stiffen and pull and crunch this fabric, its elegant and very hard to get in as it has no zip, with this the fur is shaven into and matterd one side and flawless the other, the bottem i plan to plaser to give it that bulky stiffness inspired my MA-KE.

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