Star Wars Raglan / update a men’s graphic t-shirt

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I’m so excited to share with you a couple of my recent makes!!

For the first one:

I took a baggy men’s graphic t-shirt and turned it into a much cuter, fitted (but not too fitted) raglan t-shirt for me!
(and i also got my hair done, so tell me i’m pretty)

star wars wonderwoman

(wonder woman stance…or peter pan)

It really is super simple to do and you can customize the fit, which is perfect since all the graphic t-shirts i find that are made for women are pretty tiny, thin and clingy. not flattering at all for me.

If you want to do this as well, use this tutorial from Autumn of it’s always autumn for drafting your own t-shirt pattern from an existing one that fits you perfectly!
and then use this tutorial from her for turning it into a raglan style shirt!
and the awesome thing too is once…

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Cosplay Thursday

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Again it is Cosplay Thursday and I have some great Cosplayers and their work. Enjoy.

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The Trailer Park: Alien Outpost

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I always love when I come across a trailer for a movie and I have no idea that the film was coming out. Well Alien Outpost is one of those films. This film is one of those that on a late saturday night at home with fuck all to watch on TV. You flip over to Netflix to watch. Don’t get excited it is not on Netflix but when it does I am going to watch it.

The trailer looks like it be a fun, brainless adventure where you just turn off your brain. The only one of the cast that you may know is Adrain Paul (Highlander:The Series)


Two documentary cameramen embedded in an army unit in the most hostile place on earth, an outpost surrounded by the last remaining alien fighters (Heavies) of an invading attack force. The world may have forgotten about the Outposts, but the Heavies are planning the second invasion of Earth and the soldiers are the only ones who can stop it. (C) IFC Midnight

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Disney Eyeing Chris Pratt For Indiana Jones Revival

So Deadline is reporting that Chris Pratt is being eyed up to take over the role of Indian Jones. Chris Pratt is a hot property right this moment and this could be striking will the iron is hot kind of moment. But for the first time in a long time this is one reimagining of a property that does not piss me off one bit. Chris Pratt is a real good choice in my view. The guy is so dam likeable and has the screen presence to pull of being Indiana. The man looks like at this moment the guy to fill the fedora.


EXCLUSIVE: Here’s one from the helluva good idea department. Marvel offerings are soaring, and Star Wars  is being reinvigorated by director JJ Abrams. Now, Disney has just started to turn its attention to reviving the Indiana Indiana Jones bullwhipJones franchise after buying the rights from Paramount in 2013. I’m cautioned that while things are very early, I hear the studio has set its sights on Chris Pratt as the swashbuckling archaeologist they hope to build the new franchise around, the role made famous by Harrison Ford in Raiders Of The Lost Ark. Pratt jumped to leading-man movie status with his performance in last year’s blockbuster Guardians Of The Galaxy for Marvel and Disney. He starts The Magnificent Seven with Denzel Washington and director Antoine Fuqua in April for MGM and Sony, and there’s the inevitable Guardians Of The Galaxy sequel. Disney won’t comment and all this is admittedly early, so…

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‘Wet Hot American Summer’ Teaser: First Look At Netflix Series That Reunites Movie’s Cast

So if you have not heard Netflix is making a series out of the 2001 summer camp comedy, Wet Hot American Summer. If you have not seen or would like a refresher you can watch the film on Netflix.


wet-hot-american-summerAs the East Coast freezes and starts to dig out, Netflix figures it could use a little Wet Hot American Summer. The streaming service has unwrapped the first teaser for its upcoming series adapted from the 2001 summer-camp comedy. It doesn’t reveal much — other than a 15-star ensemble of folks who were in the 1981-set movie: Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, Christopher Meloni, Elizabeth Banks, Michael Ian Black, Janeane Garofalo, et al. And it’s all set to that “Higher & Higher” song from the flick. The eight-episode limited series arrives in the summer. Until then, here’s a taste.

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