If you are ever needing to applique a design on fabric, I have found that Tear-Away is extremely helpful. Applique is the process of sewing a smaller piece of fabric to the top of another piece of fabric.
Materials: Base Fabric, design fabric, Stick-N-Tear (Tear Away) sticky paper.
Materials: For this project you will need Worbla’s Finest Art. You can buy it at http://www.cosplaysupplies.com. The more you buy the better the deal so I suggest buying a lot at once. You will also need craft foam. Craft foam is used to sandwich between two layers of Worbla to make your creation thicker. A heat gun is used to heat up and form the Worbla. You can buy a heat gun at your local home improvement store for about $20-30. Cardboard, tinfoil and tape are also useful materials for creating your pauldron mock-up.
Although these costumes are a few years old now, we still love to wear them and we still get asked often about the materials that were used and how we made them. You might have already seen this tutorial written by Kilayi on the RPF, but we thought that it would be a good idea to consolidate our current tutorials on our blog for our site visitors. These are one of our favorite costumes and we love wearing them for photoshoots with other awesome Whovians!
So you want to start screen printing and you don’t know where to begin? Start by making a contact paper screen of course! We suggest using a contact paper screen because it is cheap, easy to make and use, and it could easily be recycled and reused for new patterns in the future! If you are unfamiliar with screen printing it involves wiping paint over a screen that only allows whats on your pattern to seep through. This is a great way to print images on t-shirts and other things so that it will be identical each time.