I'm haveing a major problem that hasn't happened to me before. My Neesawn suit seems to keep ripping at the seams. I think it's because of the weird material I used. Anyway, I use upholstry thread so I was really surprized. Is there a better stich on my machine I can use to talk care of this problem? I was thinking of the zigzag stich but I'm kinda worried as to how it would work out.
I'm making a personal fursuit for myself! BUT, it's a secret until I finish him. It's going to be a full suit.
I'm looking for a nice fur who's interested in a huge deal!
The fur for this 'secret suit' would come out to $110.00(including shipping), which I'm unable to afford because I'm saving up for a Dell computer ($470). I was wondering, if anyone were to order the furs I need (all of them) from Crscrafts.com and have them shipped directly to my house, I will make you a fursuit head and shoulderlength handpaws (with claws and pawpads) in return. A Head and shoulderlength handpaws from me would cost $175 according to my prices, so you'd be getting a $65 discount! The only catch is, the head/handpaws have to be in two colors, and have to be furs I can get from Crscrafts.com, or at my local Joann's. I also have about 4 yards of very nice gray/white with black scattered around wolf-type fur lyin' around here. If you're interested, and want me to use this gray fur, I'll make you a tail as well. ^^ So you'd be getting around a $90 discount!
If anyone's interested, shoot me an email and I'll show you the furs I need. =3