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APH - Sweden by red-cluster APH - Sweden by red-cluster
... I ran out of creative titles. orz

I like sitting-down shots of my Sweden coz I look more manly. @A@


:iconred-cluster: as Sweden/Berwald



Photo by: :iconkitsoru-san: :heart:
Edited by me. :)


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:iconamapolchen:
Amapolchen Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
youre featured in my journal: [link]
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red-cluster Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2012
thank you, I'm honored. ^^
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Corodo Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010
if you don't mind me asking, where did you get the pattern for your Sweden cosplay?
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:iconred-cluster:
red-cluster Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010
I bought the pattern from Joann's Fabric store, it's Burda 8022.
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Corodo Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2010
8022...thanks! Thats such a great lead.
Now I have some more questions if thats alright with you.
What kind of fabric did you use for the coat? And How did you make the hat?
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red-cluster Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2010
I just picked dark blue fabric, I think it's cotton bottom-weight? I didn't really paid attention to what I bought. Some fabric that's not too thin, have enough weight, and not wrinkle easily would be good. That way, you don't even need to make the lining for the coat.
For the hat, I made a base shape out of hard-ish paper. And I sew four pieces of fabric to make the hat.(I used fabric tape to secure the fabric part of the hat to the paper part inside the hat) If you take a close look at the hat, you'll see the seams, and that will give you idea on how to construct the pattern for it. It's pretty simple. When I made this cosplay, I was pretty much a noob at sewing and I didn't keep many records of the process. Hope this was helpful though.
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Corodo Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2010
yeah, lining can be troublesome ^^;

Ah!, so the "hardish paper" gives it its shape and you just crafted around that, right?
If one were to look inside your hat, would the hardish paper be visible or is it covered by the fabric in some way?

Oh yes, you've been quite helpful, thank you :nod:
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red-cluster Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2010
Yeah, the hard-ish paper would be visible when you look inside the hat. I basically made the fabric part a little longer on each side than the actual base hat. So I can fold the extra fabric inside and tape it to the paper. :D
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Corodo Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2010
great! It sounds very much like what i did when i made my Lucario hat :3
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nycphatty Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2010
I love this photo
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