This week marks the start of a new era: Matt Smith as The Doctor.
It also heralds the start of another unintended project of mine – on as you may come to read, I had no desire to begin.
At first glance, the new Doctor’s costume is somewhat arid of reproducible, unique items, so though I find it interesting (but not to my taste) I could see little I to indulge my sewing skills on.
But as time progresses, the off-the-peg costume he wears has become increasingly difficult to track down, and I have been approached by a number of cosplayers asking if I would be looking to replicate the shirt he wears.
My first thoughts were that it was out of my capabilities, having never made a shirt before.
But I hadn’t made trousers before making my Five and Six Trousers, so maybe I just need to learn.
As a coincidence, the set-learning part of my recent college course covered shirt-making, showing me it was actually a little easier than I thought.
So, I’m up for the challenge . . .
You can start to follow my progress on my new blog:
Sunday, 3 January 2010
Posted by Steven Ricks Tailoring at 15:35
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So many Doctors to work on!
Though itʻs yet another interesting blog to follow so I canʻt complain :D
Oh yes, and Happy New year :-)ReplyDelete