Starry Night Vale
As a well-known technique, satin-stitching is one of the nicest ways to “applique” details onto your costume.
I’m not stating anything revolutionary here! However, everyone’s process can differ a bit, so perhaps my method will expose a different way to accomplish this technique. When adding certain kinds of details, satin-stitching is my preferred go-to method. If you’ve never heard the term before, satin stitch is basically a very tight zig-zag stitch that creates a nice solid line of “embroidered” thread. Not only does it add a nice, finished (and professional!) look to your costume, it is also very secure and durable. The time and effort is worth it!
okay tree houses and sinks and stairs and houses are all motherfucking awesome but
can we talk about blanket forts
i mean look at these fuckers
wow they’re so cozy
you can have a light show
imagine having a sleepover with a ton of your friends
they can even be outside
kickin it native american style
i love blanket forts
I an officailly in the Blanket Fort Fandom
DIY Circle Skirt Generator from circleskirtpattern.com. I recently got asked a question about circle skirts and referred the reader to this tutorial: DIY Full Circle Foolproof Skirt Tutorial from By Hand London here. But then I saw this circle skirt generator on inspiration & realisation’s Facebook page. You plug in your wasit, hem length and seam allowance and you can choose from the most popular fabric widths - 45” and 60”. It tells you how much fabric you need, whether it can be cut from one piece of fabric etc…
#SherlockR3VEALED – Watch the first teaser trailer for Sherlock Series 3!
So, what did you think about the first trailer for Sherlock Series Three?
The teaser, featuring Una Stubbs, Rupert Graves, Mark Gatiss, Louise Brealey, Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch runs for 25 seconds but features no actual footage from the third series itself.
It is instead an original creation by director Jason Thomson of Red Bee Media, who has created numerous original promotional trailers for the BBC. That said, it does hint at the major dramatic crux of the start of the third series - the inevitable reunion of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson, after Sherlock faked his death at the conclusion of The Reichenbach Fall.
And yes, that is a striking new look for John too, don’t you think?
As you may notice, the trailer also carries no airdate for Sherlock Series Three in the UK. While the rough area that Sherlock may be broadcast in will become clearer in the months ahead, the actual definite date cannot be set until the completed episodes have been delivered to the BBC by Hartswood Films, so at the moment any dates you see online continue to be mere speculation.
(( Grell Sutcliff, and Madame Red! *grins*
Sketch Art by the Goddess herself, Yana Toboso))