Easy Homemade Balacava




Basically if you ever want to scare your freinds or sneak around without people seeing your face this instructable is for you!

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Step 1: Materials!

okay are you ready? good because this list is reaaaalllllly loooooong:
you need

1. a tee shirt (long or short sleeved)

whoo that was alot wasn't it?

Step 2: Put the Shirt On

not to hard, just slip the shirt over your head and keep it above your shoulders.

Step 3: Making the Eyeholes

for this all you have to do is stretch the neckhole over your yes so it becomes like an elongenated oval.

not: don't stretch it too much if you plan to use this shirt regularly afterwards. (good idea if your sneaking into somplace and you might need to get rid of the balvaca, just untie the knot and slip the shirt down over your chest)

Step 4: Tie the Knot!!!

now I hope your boyscout or something because this knot is sooooo dificult. Just take the two sleeves and tie them behind your head as if you were begining to tie your shoes(or just tie half of a square knot(right over left and through the hole))

Step 5: Do Something Sneaky!

now sneak around and don't get caught!

Step 6: Credits! and Tips

thanks to my freind kevin who inented this for sneaking out to go to parties at night! Also 21GeeOff21says:
if you fold the circle eyes hole in so that the tag doesn't show and do the same for the bottom it looks even cooler.

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    10 Discussions


    11 years ago on Introduction

    LOL! I thought that said, "Baklava" in one of it's variations of spelling. Took me a minute to figure out what the deal w/the shirt was!! Duh for me!


    11 years ago on Introduction

    if you fold the circle eyes hole in so that the tag doesn't show and do the same for the bottom it looks even cooler

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    11 years ago on Introduction

    this was the first thing i thought of, it's very confertable