Friday, December 4, 2009

DIY TUTORIAL: Shoulder pads

Cause some of you were interested in the shoulder pads I made and had lot of questions I decided to make a little tutorial, actually just some tips.

At first you need (to make exactly the same shoulder pads I made but there's thousands of ways to create embellished shoulders, be creative!):
*2 foam shoulder pads, should be available at every fabric shop, in different sizes and shapes.
*Of course a thread and a needle + some pins.
*50 large bronze/golden studs, available at http://studsandspikes.com
*2 7/8" Coque Feather Fringe, I ordered from www.mjtrim.com


Handsew the feather fringe on the shoulder pads, then add the studs to hide the stiches. When it's done, sew the shoulder pads with couple of stiches on your favourite blazer or t-shirt.


20 comments:

  1. love it! thanks for sharing.

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  2. this is one amazing diy project!
    i am defo going to do that!
    <3

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  3. I cannot wait to try this!! Thanks for the tips!

    Itchycat.blogspot.com

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  4. kui küsida võib, siis kust selliseid sulgi saab? ma olen suht kaua otsinud juba.
    väga hea DIY muidu, vb isegi proovin teha . :)

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  5. Väga tore , et jagasid :)
    Kust sulgi saada ?

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  6. aitäh, panin sulgede ostmise lingi isegi ju - http://www.mjtrim.com/Catalog/Product/1049109/30234/30234.aspx
    Eesti pole ma kusagil selliseid ribasid näinud, aga üksikuid sulegsid saab abakhanist, tiimarist, superboxist...

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  7. Neetidega seoses. Kui sa tellisid siis palju maksma läks? ja kust kaup saabub? Eestist vist ei tule aga sa tead kust Eestist neete saada?
    Aitäh!

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  8. Neete ma sealt tellinud, ma pole kindel kas nad Eestisse üldse saadavad, aga Ebayst saab kindlasti Eestisse ka tellida - http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trksid=p3907.m38.l1313&_nkw=pyramid+studs&_sacat=See-All-Categories

    Aga mine parem Baltijaama turule ja osta üks 10 kroonine needivöö ning võta sealt needid pealt ära.

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  9. amazed! this is a great DIY youre a genius:)

    xx raez

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  10. oooh!i'll definitely try this. :]

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  11. Tnk u for sharing this is so awesome!

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  12. Nice shoulder pads, I don't even see these type of accessories to fashion TV shows.

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