At Halloween I wanted to make a giant sheep’s costume, complete with jacket and pants and a sheep cap.
But when I found the fabric I wanted, the total fabric required came to over $100. So I scaled back and bought just enough for a vest. There is some virtue to finishing things that you start, and since I had finally finished the three-block-breastplate t-shirt I started earlier, I figured I was nearly there. I had never made a vest before, but the pattern seemed pretty simple: four pieces–two fronts, a back, and a collar.
Help from Alix to determine most likely measurements, about 4 inches less in girth than sidewinder.
Special tools for turning the tube inside out. Custom made at TechShop!
Make sure to remember which end of the pocket is up. Done!
And Cathy is the last woman in tech shop today (running the laser cutter til midnight) and agrees to model.
I guess it can be worn with a skirt after all.
Couldn’t stare at the laptop anymore. I’m pulling a rib from sidewinder to make… Sidewindrette.
Couldn’t find any pink camo stretch denim so keeping it basic with charcoal and black.