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How to Make Gloves
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Jfc move on with your life. So what if someone used it in a fursuit? It doesn't affect you.
Great tutorial! I am using this to construct gloves for a fuctioning pressure suit (allows the user to survive in low pressure/complete vacuum- essentially a space suit), and this just fits the bill. Basically, unlike SOMEONE a comment or two below me, I didn't use this to construct an unholy abomination.
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Dude, I searched google for how to make patches for my Engie cosplay but I only searched "How to make embroidered patches" and this came up and I was so happy to see a fellow TF2 fan. I about screamed.
So I stumbled across this while I was looking to see if anyone has made a pop-up tent for beach shade, and figured that in case anyone was still curious 8 years later I'd add to this :) If you are opening them up and finding springy steel stuff, they probably use the same type of boning used to make corsets. (here http://corsetmaking.com/costume-continuous-boning/CMS-SSB4-CR.html).
It could also be the completely flat steel and plastic used for hoop skirts (here http://corsetmaking.com/hoop-boning/CMS-WSB2-CR.html). I'm relatively certain it's probably one of those though!
Omg thank you so much! I want to make gloves out of leather but i don't want to cover my fingers on one hand and just two on the other (index and middle) do I do then the same way just with less fingers? Thanks for sharing! !!
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