I made a dressform

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I started this project forever ago. But I am so stoked that I finally finished it.

Operation: Up my Sewing Game, is in full force

Dressform


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That's really cool. And you have a great body! Hope that doesn't sound perverted.
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Cool!
Can you pin heavy fabric to it?
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it doesn't work for me here at my office, Trenell. is it a duct-tape-double?

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Cool!
Can you pin heavy fabric to it?
Originally Posted by spiderlashes5000
I know it's pinnable. How heavy, I don't know


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it doesn't work for me here at my office, Trenell. is it a duct-tape-double?

Originally Posted by rouquinne
It was a plaster cast filled with polyurethane foam.


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I catch my husband looking at the form

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That's awesome!

I think that would be cool just to have as a piece of art... Paint or decoupage...
3c/4a
It was a plaster cast filled with polyurethane foam.
Originally Posted by Trenell
oh, yes, i saw something about that in an article in Threads years ago about DIY dress forms!

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Love it. I just might try this.

Dress forms are outrageously expensive where I live.

I like the idea of not connecting the front and back. Just in case I get panicky, it can be quickly cut off.
Love it. I just might try this.

Dress forms are outrageously expensive where I live.

I like the idea of not connecting the front and back. Just in case I get panicky, it can be quickly cut off.
Originally Posted by damsel_fly
Just remember if you opt to put the plaster directly on your skin (I wore a bra and thong)) make sure you put the vaseline everywhere. Every nook and cranny, especially if you are not one for Brazilian waxes


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cool!!!!!! lol @ your husband looking at it...
Love it. I just might try this.

Dress forms are outrageously expensive where I live.

I like the idea of not connecting the front and back. Just in case I get panicky, it can be quickly cut off.
Originally Posted by damsel_fly
Just remember if you opt to put the plaster directly on your skin (I wore a bra and thong)) make sure you put the vaseline everywhere. Every nook and cranny, especially if you are not one for Brazilian waxes
Originally Posted by Trenell
I remember a "Rescue 911" ep where the lady ws trying to make a paster cast of her pregnant belly. She did NOT use vaseline on her skin.
super cool. the girl that makes some of my belly dance costumes has one of these for herself. i always look at it when i'm in her workspace.
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Very cool. Were you able to salvage the underwear after the vaseline coating?
Very cool. Were you able to salvage the underwear after the vaseline coating?
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
I probably could have. But the bra and panties were old, and I never wore them


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