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Started this discussion. Last reply by James R. Murray Oct 1, 2012. 94 Replies

(I'm still somewhat new so please bare with me.)What is your steam punk style? Do you go for a diy with victorian flair or do you prefer true high victorian garb?Continue

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James R. Murray replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"As always, you amaze me."
Oct 1, 2012
CoastConFan replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"There actually is/was a device that attached on the watch side of the watch chain or on the bail, being an acorn looking object with two holes.  If the chain was snatched or snagged, the acorn would sprout two prongs and keep the watch from…"
Oct 1, 2012
James R. Murray replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"Have done so. cheers"
Oct 1, 2012
Shahbanoo Pantea replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"Excellent! Glad I could help. I did the same thing with a waistcoat that was too big for me. I added a little black band on the back of it to take in the excess fabric via two safety pinned buttons. Everyone thought it was part of the actual…"
Oct 1, 2012
Shahbanoo Pantea replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
":D Why thank you. I do try.  You should really join the group I put the link to as well. There, as long as the comments are about costuming, they should be "on-topic" so to speak."
Oct 1, 2012
James R. Murray replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"Thankyou Shahbanoo Pantea, it worked a treat, and I think the vest looks better with a button on each side. Here is a picture of the watch by the way... "
Sep 30, 2012
James R. Murray replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"Practical? Moi? Never! No you are right. I shall need to make a choice. The old one is no where near as stylish, being more of the nurses type, no flip open sides and battery powered. But yes, this is probably more appropriate for day to day. I…"
Sep 30, 2012
James R. Murray replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"I have just the thing. *squeezes her tight* you are so awesome."
Sep 30, 2012
Shahbanoo Pantea replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"You can also try the Steampunk Stitching Association group. They're good for actual sewing projects. "
Sep 30, 2012
Shahbanoo Pantea replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"You can safety pin on the underside, then when the pin pops up, stick a shank button on it, then poke the pin back in. Voila, looks like you sewed a button on."
Sep 30, 2012
James R. Murray replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"You are right. I will attempt my first ever button holing to the vest pocket itself. Although I have many vests now.... Maybe....., now here is an Idea. A safety pin might look odd, I am not going for the punk side of steam punk lol. but, what about…"
Sep 30, 2012
Shahbanoo Pantea replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"Safety pin the pocket in the center? Maybe a smaller pocket opening will give it less chance to just slip out."
Sep 30, 2012
James R. Murray replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"Sorry, I should have mentioned, yes, chain and button loop are in place. It falls and then dangles, scaring the life out of me each time. I assume since you do not have a ready solution, then there is not one. I thought there might be a little clip…"
Sep 30, 2012
James R. Murray replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"Quick question, and I am not sure if anyone will see this now things do not go to the main page, and I do not know how to get a question out there without posting a whole new discussion, which is not worth it. I was recently given a magnificent fob…"
Sep 30, 2012
Prof. C. B. "Beau" Diggs replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"i am from virginia beach originally...lived in corpus christi for nearly 30 years...unfortunately developed chronic bronchitis and had to move to the desert...propriety not title...:}"
Sep 13, 2012
CoastConFan replied to Miss Marie Countess's discussion steampunk style
"You can call me "sir" but I have no title.  I see you live in Las Cruces, I lived in Alamogordo, NM for a number of years myself.  I went to a few Bubonicons and one convention in Las Cruces, whose name escapes me.  Well it…"
Sep 13, 2012

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my name is Marie Countess pleased to make your acquaintance. I enjoy reading, writing, drawing, painting, wire working, and embroidery. I am always looking for a new adventure and a story to tell. ;)

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