… out of old pants. As was promised to you creepy followers, here’s the surprise tutorial! Tip: the larger the pants the better for you big haired folks like me. Add pins/wire/studs for an even more twisted kitten look. Continue reading “How to Make a Cat Hat…”
Having your skirt reach the dregs of the Underworld is great and all, but once in a while everyone wants to change up a little. How about transforming it into a skirt? Simple task!
Hello forest creatures. Here is the quickest way to create an enchanted witchy garment.
Hey ghouls and gals! When was the last time you found a close fitting article of clothing with pockets? Everyone needs a place to stock their vinyl collection and spare boots. Here’s how you can make a pencil skirt with or without pockets:
You know that uber awesome shirt you have that’s really extra large? A great deal of you spooks probably listen to bands, and wear shirts, so it’s quite likely that the shirt in question is in fact a band shirt. Either that, or it’s Sonic the Hedgehog merch you bought at the latest Con. Do not contradict me, I am correct. Notice how people size these shirts to fit rectangles. That’s because they are designed using Tetris™, and that is what happens when you let geeks make fashion statements.
For those of you that want to show off your feminine/masculine/ambiguously gendered features, here’s the absolute easiest way to modify your shirt besides gluing it to your body.
Make your own feathered friend!