This instructable shows you how to make the basic wings. You don't have to turn it into a pizza, it could be anything- a quesadilla, a sun... the possibilities are endless!
Pardon the saggy crust on the top- I explain that in the final step.
Full pizza pic by Chris Castillo, collapsed pizza pic by Pak Lai.
Step 1: Supplies
These are all the supplies you will need to make both halves of the pizza.
You will need:
- 14 yard sticks (thick & strong ones, not wimpy & bendable)
- 2 beige king-size bed sheets (thrift store- they don’t have to perfectly match, just be similar)
- tape measure
- sewing machine with thread & heavy duty needle (like for jeans)
- marker (brown or any color that will blend in on a pizza)
- drill bit (I used size 3/16)*
- 2- 3” bolts (I used Pan Phillips Machine 10-24 x 3)*
- 8 washers (I used size 3/16 I also used size #10 lock washers. Use either or both, it doesn't make too much of a difference)*
- 4 nuts (I used hex nuts size 10-24)*
- 2 cap nuts (I used size 10-24)*
- thread (strong, like upholstery thread)
- fabric for toppings- I used sequined fabric (because I wanted to be a glamorous pizza) in red (pepperoni), green (bell pepper), gold (mushroom) and silver (anchovy). Or you can choose to just paint them. The choices for toppings are endless!
- fabric paint: 3 jars of red (I used Jacquard Textile Paint, in True Red and Ruby Red (marinara sauce) and 1 jar of white (I used Jacquard Textile Paint in OP. White) mixed with 1 jar of Yellow (I used Jacquard Textile Paint in Yellow cheese). See pic below (The pic shows a different brand on the far right which I had to get because the store was out of red Jacquard Textile Paints. I don't recommend Dye-na for your pizza because it is very watery)
- sponge (I used an old dish sponge- without a scouring pad on one side. I cut it into an “X”)
- belt to cut (thick and strong, like a boy scout belt)- thrift store
- a wearable sturdy belt (wide, sturdy, with eyelets)- thrift store
- ice pick
- plastic bags (grocery bags, or any kind of plastic packaging that you can use for stuffing)
- wooden stick or dowel (something to push the stuffing in)
- sticks, dowels, scraps of wood, chop sticks, broken plastic hangers (anything to glue on the back as reinforcement)
- glue gun (high temp)
- glue sticks
- iron-on fusing (to attach toppings)
- old t-shirt or rag