el moño perfecto!

3:05:00

bueno antes que nada anunciar que ya esta terminado el diseño del blog n.n
lo he dejado con el fondo de mi dream dress xD con colores mas claros y cosas mas sweet ya que ultimamente el sweet es loq ue llevo x) ademas creo que es menos pesado leerlo asi.. espero que les guste :D


bueno ahora si xD

el otro dia vinieron unas amigas lolitas a mi casa a platicar y eso, y llegamos a la conlusion de que es rodoculamente dificil hacer un buen moño en la parte de atras de los vestidos o faldas xD enserio alguna ha podido hacerlo asi muy lindo?? porque yo no siempre me lo terminan haciendo porque sola no puedo xD jajaa

entonces investigue y de suerte encontre una pagina donde te explican paso a paso como hacer el moño perfecto para tus vestidos y faldas n.n es genial!
pero no le entendi muy bien jaja viene paso a paso con imagenes pero no pude enternderle al 100 no se si uestdes puedan x) lo he nitendo mucho y nada!!!
me pierdo como al cuarto paso u.u

SI ALGUIEN LE ENTIENDE Y LO LOGRA PODRIAN HACER UN VIDEO DE COMO SE HACE? xD



espero que si... trae instrucciones en ingles x)

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Step 1: make sure the waist ties are nicely pressed before starting. Wrinkled and tatty waist ties make for a sad sad looking bow. In this case however the bow had been tied already and for tutorial purposes we didn't think about steaming it flat again (bad me!). For tutorial purposes the photo below (of the lovely Fantasic Dolly skirt Kurasune has) shows which side is the 'right side up (i.e. with the black bows, on the left and under the other tie) and which is the underside (pink lining material only, on the right and on top of the other tie)


Step 2: Start off tying the bow like normal. One over the other to start the knot portion. If you're left handed you're likely to do this the other way - it doesn't matter as long as you remember which tie comes out on top and which doesn't. Try to keep it centred as it'll help keep both sides of your finished bow even. The upper waist tie (the one that ends up going up towards your shoulder) should have the underside facing out.


Step 3: Now with the side that is on the 'bottom' part of the knot, make a loop like you normally would. This will form the one side of the bow. However with the loop you'll flip it over to the other side (because likely you'll make the loop on your non-dominant hand side)

Like this....
To look like this...


Step 4: Drop the other waist tie over to form the centre part of the bow (if you want a narrower bow you can fold it before letting it drop over or if you want a scrunchier look leave it flat) like below:


Step 5: Now bring the end of the flat waist tie up under the loop you made with the other waist tie and pull it all the way through (the underside should be facing out after pulling it through). If it's super loose you can pull on it to tighten the centre part but be sure to leave enough slack to be able to complete your second loop.

It sounds a bit confusing so I took some photos from two angles so you can see what I was doing.

And from underneath you can see that you're pulling the flat waist tie under the loop...


Step 6: now fold over that side so the right side fabric is showing and pull the tail through the centre part again to complete the loop. When you turn the fabric over to go back through the centre loop you'll notice the 'right' side of the waist tie is now showing on the proper side of the new loop you're making.

So from this...
To this...
And pull the tail through. Now you have something resembling a very loose bow.

Step 7: From here we tighten the centre part so it holds the bow together. To do that take the back side of the loop we just finished (in this tutorial it's on the left hand side) and pull out towards your left. This waist tie was the one that formed the centre loop so pulling it tighter will make the bow cinch up in the middle.


Step 8: With the bow centre all nice and tight, we can adjust the loops to they match in size by pulling on the ties. Usually when I do this I end up with a large loop on the left because of the excess fabric from tightening the centre loop so I just pull on the tie.


Step 9: Now all that's left is the fiddling to get the bow looking perfect! If you see that one side is longer than the other, or your bow isn't centred, you have a little wiggle room if you didn't tighten the centre loop horribly tight. Just gently nudge the bow in the direction you need it to go in. Just make sure you're not putting too much stress on the buttons that hold the ties in place.




entonces? pudieron? xD

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2 comentarios

  1. No le entendí completamente D: Pero de cualquier forma no soy buena haciéndome el moño en la parte de atrás, a apesar de que soy rara y puedo alcanzar a tocarme absolutamente toda la espalda con mis brazos xDDD Seguiré pidiéndo a alguien más que me lo haga, al menos hasta que me salgan ojos en la nuca xDDDD

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  2. Oooow,queda un lazo precioso!!!

    A ver si soy capaz de hacerlo,que soy una negada de las lazadas!

    Gracias! ~

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