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Tutorial - Bunny Suits - Part One - The Suit by RuffleButtCosplay Tutorial - Bunny Suits - Part One - The Suit by RuffleButtCosplay
So this is a long time coming. I'm sorry it took me so long to make it. I will hopefully be able to get the other tutorials done soon! Thank you for your patience.

If you are looking for boning and it's not local to you, please try [link] They have EXCELLENT prices.
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FriedFarnswoth Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014
Are you still selling the Bunny Suit Pattern? If so I'd love to know how much it is and save up for it! I really love your work!
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CluelessBella Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014
I've read this a whole lot, and I realized that your tutorial doesn't cover joining the lining/ interlining to the fashion piece. Is this also a secret?
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rayxofxsunshine Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
I believe it's there at the very end ("Start slip stitching everything closed" meaning all layers). After the lining & interfacing are joined and the zipper is basted on, then you line up everything with your outer layer (fashion layer), being sure to line up all the edges and all the seams. She suggests sewing everything with a slip stitch, but I tend to sew down the ditch (sew in the seams between the pieces) to hide my seams (it's easier for me). Regardless, it's probably best to work from the middle out so you can pull out any ripples as you go.
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PepperMonster Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
wow, I wish I had this for when I was making my Scarlet Witch. I just drafted a pattern and made up the steps! I got it right, apparently (i didn't line mine, however) but since I plan to remake mine out of leather, I will have to look at my pattern and this tutorial and see where I can improve! my problem is I used plastic boning, and it is lumpy, and since I'm not skinny enough, I need my cinching power. This was REALLY helpful. THANK YOU AGAIN!

now to the planning stages of my cosplay take-two!
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sweet-yumi Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014  Student Writer
Do you have a pattern tutorial or sheet?
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mibsie Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Did you use fusible interfacing for the satin or did you use sew on? I was afraid the fusible might ruin the satin. 
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Saplinity Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I was wondering, what are the facing lines and what are the for?? (for the life of me I can't figure it out and Google is no help >.<)
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jacsin Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2014
When doing a mock-up, do you leave it as just the lining layer and pin accordingly, or do you use all three layers plus boning for the mock-up? Just curious because I'm about to start mine today. 
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Belle-senpai Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2013
So, where do you buy those bra cups? ;-;
I've been looking for them for a while now and didn't succeed in finding some /:
Please someone help me?
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RuffleButtCosplay Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Any fabric store should carry them.
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