Velvet pattern

Navigation for this part of the page: Note: In case you’d like to make Padmé’s Peacock gown but don’t want to burn out the velvet (and actually, not use burned-out velvet at all), you could always use a printed version of this fabric, which is available here. Tracing the burnout velvet pattern describes the […]

Embroidery patterns

Navigation for this part of the page: While I was still planning and contemplating the silk screen printing, I thought it couldn’t hurt to start tracing the embroidery patterns – which is, besides making the embroidery itself, probably the most painful work on that costume. The embroideries were carried out with a Cornely machine – […]

Burning out

Navigation for this part of the page: Printing and burning out the silk velvet If you would like to have information about how the burn out proces generally (meaning – without the silk screen printing) works and especially why it works, please read my tutorial on burning out silk velvet. Burning out silk velvet with […]