Ruffles are an essential part of many cosplays. They are also super girly and fun to make, and today I’m going to talk about how you can make full, luxurious-looking ruffles for your projects. There are a few ways to do this with a standard sewing machine, which I’ll go over, but I’m most excited to share with you my method for creating beautiful, pain-free ruffles with a serger.
If you cosplay anime and manga characters with any regularity, there’s a good chance that at some point you’ll end up needing to sew a classic seifuku. There are any number of variations on the basic idea, as seen in everything from Sailor Moon to Kill la Kill, but the sailor collar ties them all together – and once you have that essential piece figured out, you can easily translate it to any character.
Hello all! Earlier this week I provided you with an introduction to the various types of boning and how to prepare them for use in your cosplay. Now that you have your boning nicely cut, filed, and tipped, you might be wondering just what to do with it! In today’s article I will be discussing placement options for your boning channels as well as a few of the most common options for creating the channels. Listed at the end of the article are some online retailers who sell the materials mentioned in this week’s articles. Let’s get sewing!