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My girlfriend and I were planning on attending a masquerade and I needed some masks, fast. I was planning on heading over to Costume Castle and buying a ...
I was able to get away with a decent mask using only the materials from the sleeping mask itself, but I recommend having some extra ribbons and such ...
Threading the needle To start off, poke the end of your thread through the eye of your needle. Pull a fair length of thread through the eye. Unravel ...
This stitch is also known as the Blanket Stitch. It is used to finish unhemmed edges edges, usually on thicker materials. Since we are using a thinner fabric, ...
Start by tracing the outline of your mask onto a sheet of paper. Use this to play with different eye shapes and placements. I found it helpful to ...
Rather than going out and trying to buy three square inches of fabric that match the mask completely I just cut the layer of fabric off the back ...
Cut out the eye holes along the line you traced earlier.
Use the same stencil you made earlier and trace the eyes onto the fabric you pulled off the back of the mask. This time when you cut, cut ...
Now it's time to open up the eyes again. If we cut around the inside of the eye we will be left with a messy raw edge around ...
Here I felt like the mask needed a little something extra. I got some extra buttons and tulle that was lying around and added a little flair. Now ...
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