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February 1, 2011
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Assassin hoodie scarf - latest version by eitanya Assassin hoodie scarf - latest version by eitanya
Man, how long have I been making this? I've revised this thing so many times that it reeeeaaally needed updating. :D I keep taking my own experience and the feedback I hear from others and making improvements. I'm super happy with the pattern and the fabric on this one. :D

The tails of the scarf aren't sewn together (so there are four, not two.) I did this on purpose because it has a great sense of movement this way. It blows in the wind and makes you feel absolutely epic! I specifically chose this material because it won't fray or unravel so it works really well this way. :)

All machine sewn from a super-soft knit material, about 42" long measured from the top of the head.
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Anime-Really-Rocks01 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
It looks very comfortable and soft.
badboy2400 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014
have you ever considered to put a piece of plastic inside. where the beak is. so that piece of plastic can hold the beak in place?
eitanya Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
The issue has been finding something washable, sewable, and that doesn't show up so obviously wherever the piece ends on the hood itself.  I'm in the process of re-designing it, maybe I'll figure something out. :)
badboy2400 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014
maybe you can use some velcro? so you can take out the piece of plastic.
EscargotLuverz Featured By Owner May 6, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
If only I could pay by credit card ;-;
eitanya Featured By Owner May 6, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Paypal should let you check out with a credit card as a guest, even if you don't have an account. If you're having issues with it feel free to shoot me a message. :)
Threnodi Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2013
Just got mine brought a welcome smile in what has been a day largely devoid of anything of the sort, so thank you again.
 I didn't realize what the material was from the pictures, and was delighted when I opened it up; it reminds me of that ponte roma stuff I love! I've used it on dolls a ton but never had opportunity to wear it myself, and if that's not what this is made of it's close enough to make me very happy. : )
Also I noted how you use other priority bags for the packaging..that's a good idea. o.o I also love the pin card combo. : ) Do you print out those 1/4 size labels through Etsy? If so I didn't know they went any lower than two to a page, it looks really nice!
At any rate I have been shamelessly wearing it around the house all day. As always best of luck to you! : )
eitanya Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Aw, well I'm glad it could brighten your day a little. :glomp:

I think the Ponte is the stuff I used to use.  Maybe...can't remember.  This is the interlock, though.  I love how super soft it is. :D

Sometimes I feel bad that I'm not one of those Etsy sellers that has cute packaging.  After the whole debacle of losing a bunch of scarves because they got wet in transit, I'm more focused on protecting them, hehe.  Haven't lost any lately!

The labels are printed out through PayPal and a Brother label printer (it's either a pe-500 or 550, I can't remember.)  Completely worth the investment!  Though I guess it's an older model so it's getting harder to find the paper for it.
caIImejay Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2013
how did you make the manikin that it is being modeled on?
eitanya Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
 If you do a search for "duct tape dress form" you can find some good tutorials.  That's what I used, I just covered it in paper mache' to make it a little neater.  :)
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