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Is your little guy or girl going as a big green dino for Halloween this year? Make your kids a warm and adorable costume by using an old sweatshirt and some fabric. This video will show you how to stitch on easy spikes so that your costume will look nice and ferocious. The process is super easy, so have fun!
This video is 70's string art tutorial, decor yourself. The way the women is describing, is that you can use anything to do this, get a piece of thick wood, paint it white, use a ruler, and measure halfway, draw a dot. Draw a circle around it, with the dot being in the middle. take nails all the way around the center of the circle, and thread the whole thing, until you turn out with a very beautiful and creative circle design that you can hang on your livingroom wall, theres also other design...
This Is It... Your next Halloween costume: The King of Pop, Michael Jackson. What you'll need: A black suit and black tie, red collared button-down shirt, and a pair of white socks and black shoes. Accessorize with a black rimmed hat, a pair of aviator sunglasses, and a dust mask. Seem pretty easy? Well, with this tutorial, ThreadBanger sheds light on a few extra touches you can add to make your MJ costume more authentic than the rest.
Holly Jolly How-To: Thread Heads teach you how to turn an old sweater into a shrug for the cold winter.
The Thread Heads viewers come together to present a series of tutorials on DIY fashion. Learn how to sew and make other homemade clothing.
In order to make a homemade tie dyed T-shirt, you will need the following: a 100% cotton T-shirt, large freezer bags, trash bags, and Tulip fashion dye.
Need a new cell phone case and have a creative urge? With just scissors and duct tape, make yourself a crafty new protective cell phone case in just a few minutes.
Learn how to turn an old t-shirt into a sexy top. If you can sew a hem, you can transform one of your old tees into a cute strapless blouse.
Watch this instructional fashion video to learn how to make steampunk gloves. All you need are the following items: a pair of scissors, some ribbon, grommet setter, anvil, grommets, marker, ruler, and leather. Soon you'll be able to don your steampunk outfit and show off your creative fashion sense.
Watch this video to learn how to tie dye a shoulder burst style t-shirt and learn the spider tie dye technique.
This is an incredibly easy dress to make. All you need is a yard or two of a stretchy fabric (knits work best). Sew a few seams, and then add a pretty flower or other sort of trim or applique!
You barely even need a sewing machine to make this dress! All you need is a length of your favorite fabric. Wrap it around yourself, tie one shoulder and then sew up the side seam. Now all you need is to pick which shoes you're going to wear with it!
Make a clever envelope for your next greeting card recipient! You'll need six strips of tape, seven and a quarter inches long, in whatever colors you prefer. The follow the outline in this video to make your own perfectly functional envelope!
The ultimate in repurposing fashion. Start with an empty, clean paper coffee cup. Then cut off the rim, make your own brim and then paint and add your favorite decorations and accessories. You'll end up with a lovely neo-Victorian or steampunk tiny top hat!
This summer, come into Chick-Fil-A dressed as a cow and get your entire meal for free! The Southern chicken chain is celebrating poultry and steering clear of red meat for a national campaign.
In this clip, learn how to make a giant hammer like Amy Rose carries in Sonic the Hedgehog. This hammer can be made with simple items that you may already have from other projects, or can be easily found at a craft store or Walmart. This hammer is super cool and realistic looking, so follow along and get ready for you summer conventions with this fun cosplay style.
The t-shirt is arguably the most basic part of modern Western fashion. Billions of people around the world wear them every day for ease and comfort. This two-part video will teach all you sewing fans out there how to sew your own t-shirts at home. You can then use these techniques to make other t-shirt based garments like t-shirt dresses and whatever other t-shirt-like clothing that you can imagine. The fabric is the limit!
If you're the youngest child and have many older brothers and sisters, it's almost certain you'll be getting hand me downs. If so, this video may be waht you are looking for. Using old worn clothing and making it into something new to wear will not only save you money, but show your other siblings that they shouldn't have given this up so easily. You'll find out how to make a simple vest out of a scarf. Enjoy!
Check out this video to learn how to make a keychain out of old computer circuit boards. Make a keychain from old computer components.
Check out this video to learn how to embroider and customize your Crocs Prima shoes. Make yarn uppers and customize with beads.
This week, the thread heads show us how to turn an old Jimi Hendrix t-shirt into an even cooler button-down shirt. Sweetness!
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a Kufi cap with Threadbanger. First, grab a thick black jersey material and your added material of choice. Cut the fabric in a circle pattern to make the size of your head. Then, cut the band material for 3 inches longer then your head measurement. Fold the material and create the bands with thick cardboard. Once you do this iron the bands down and then fold the added material down as well. Adhere the piece pieces together while still folded, then sew th...
A cardigan is greet for the winter months, but not very stylish, unless… you make one that's draped. Stay warm while looking trendy with this DIY draped cardigan idea from GiannyL.
Fashion designer Manel Torres has teamed up with scientists at Imperial College London and designers at the Royal College of Art to invent spray-on clothing, an instant, sprayable, non-woven fabric-in-a-can.
In order to make a bow headband without doing any glue or sewing, you will need the following: a headband, a hair tie or rubber band, and a piece of ribbon or a belt.
Okay, so just saying we're going to recreate the bra from Lady Gaga's music video for "Telephone" is a little too, er, general, given that the Queen of Shock wears a bunch of different outfits - and various forms of negligee - in the video.
Making a birdhouse is an art-and-crafts project as old as shop class. This video from Threadbangers demonstrates how to make one quickly and easily at home out of wood at your home with simple tools. It is a rather simple end-product, but that should make it easier for beginners.
Have a tee shirt that has lost all of its spunk? Instead of letting it linger in the closet for the rest of its life, bring it back to life with a makeover. A T-shirt doesn't just have to be a T-shirt! See how to turn a tee shirt into a sleeveless top in this video from GiannyL.
This video shows how to make a hair pin with small items. This sure looks easy to make. You would need:
This week, Kenley Collins, of the Project Runway fame, shows us how to turn an old vintage skirt into a summer must have with fabric paints. Follow along with the tips in this how-to video, and revamp some of your own old clothes.
Have a hot date tonight and nothing to wear? Learn how to create a sexy, backless halter top with Gianny L! The sexy GiannyL demonstrates this DIY closet hack that's simple and cheap. It's simple and easy to make this backless halter top that goes with anything! Slap it on with a pair of jeans and you're ready for a hot night out
Learn how to design flip-flops to wear this summer with Gianny L! This instructional fashion design video demonstrates how to turn an old pair flip-flops into a hip pair of sandals, using some denim scraps. It's affordable summer fashion and easy to put together.
Watch this instructional fashion design video for a quick guide on how to prepare shoes before you paint them. You will need a Magic Eraser, water, a tooth brush, q-tips, masking tape, and acetone (nail polish remover). Get you shoes ready for a specialty customized look.
In conclusion to Threadbangers Steampunk week, Rob and Corinne show how to construct outfits for both the Steampunk Gentleman and Ladies. Men can make over a button-up shirt and make a new steam-punk inspired shirt. Women can make a pair of bloomers from an old sheet, turn a button up into a shirred blouse, and make a bustle from wire. Watch this video fashion design tutorial and learn how to make a steampunk outfit for both ladies and gentlemen.
Designing fashion means putting hairstyles in drawing croquis illustrations with Draw fashion hairstyles like messy, sexy, or parted up-dos in this free fashion croquis video series with a fashion designer.
Skirts are an essential part of any women's wardrobe or high fashion show. Learn how to draw fashion skirt designs with tips from a fashion expert in this free fashion design video series.
Don't get stuck at Burning Man in uncomfortable shoes, without sacrificing style. Learn how to make a pair of fuzzy, pink platforms that aren't going to tire out feet. This video fashion design tutorial shows how to make a comfy pair of platform sneakers.
This week, in celebration of Tim Burtons new movie Sweeney Todd, Thread Heads hangs out with the Oscar award winning costume designer, Colleen Atwood, in this instructional video. Plus we turn some neighborhood thrift store finds into some Sweeney Todd inspired Victorian trash outfits. This is one how-to video you won't want to miss.
The alluring and stylish GiannyL is the DIY fashion design guru of the web. Do-it-yourself has never been so sexy before. Her fashion design video tutorials make new outfits not only hot, but cheap and easy. And recycling and reusing old clothing is not only practical, but eco-friendly.