Ho ho, see what I did there.
I had a vague plan for a while to make a fur lined hoodie for winter wear featuring an appropriately grim and frostbitten band. As the wonderful Solstafir are from the snowy climes of Iceland (and happen to be fucking awesome) I chose them. Here is the result.
As much as I usually enjoy feminine elements used with metal clothing, this is what Tyra Banks would call a hot mess…
I found some links/tutorials that can help more than me:
80’s Boxy T-Shirt (gosh i have to try this out. This one also has instructions in Finnish for all the finn-fans and Finnish speakers)
Boy’s Shirt To Girl’s Shirt (this one gives you instructions for the sleeves if you’re up to that…
People often ask me about ideas for modding men’s t shirts. I have my own specific method but here are a few others.
I hate hemming
I’ve nearly run out of red thread so I can’t finish my skirt.
Did another shirt :D I bloody love this shirt and I’m so happy I can finally wear it without it swamping me. I need to get some guns man, my arms. Shameful.
Modding t shirts without them looking shit - Ania is doing it right.
Dress saved from neckline ruin, listening to Epicloud - good times :3
2 posts in one day - what has come over me! This is my most recently finished project, my short-sleeved Moonsorrow hoodie. The back is from an old Moonsorrow t shirt that I used the front as a back patch and due to the total inability of fabric shops to stock ribbed cotton, the bottom and sleeve cuffs are made from a vest top I got in a charity shop for £2.
And there’s more Black Milk for you as you can just see my phoenix dress :)
I finished this dress about 2 months ago but have only just got around to putting it up here. Though this way I got the chance to pair it with my gorgeous Black Milk Mechanical leggings :D
All stenciled up and ready to roll!