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28 Jun 2008 - 09:374094
I'm going to be starting work on a costume soon which will mainly be made using suedette. I've never worked with it before though - is there anyone out there who has used it before? Anything I should know about before I start working?

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28 Jun 2008 - 09:484095
I've only used it fairly briefly, but it was really nice to sew with (well in my experience anyway) Just remember to have a good quality sharp strong needle in your sewing machine! just remember to take your time with it and dont rush

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28 Jun 2008 - 13:304096
well im going to be using it soon to hehe im using it to mke the dangly strips on my kanetsugu costume because it doesnt frey hehe

28 Jun 2008 - 20:154106
I'm using a suedette at the moment, not the faux one that you can almost see cordroy rows in. It may be slightly different, but this stuff is incredibly static until you interface it. Other than that, it's all good

01 Jul 2008 - 09:394265
Suedette is just about one of the friendliest cosplay fabrics there is ^_^ It's very easy to work with. Just remember to make sure that the pile is facing the same way on all your pieces or it'll look slightly different colours.

13 Jul 2008 - 07:224624
Suedette is really easy to work with. I use a number 14 needle for ease (esecailly on the thicker suedette). As Odangochan says just make sure all your pieces are cut so that the pile is facing the same way.

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