I’ve tried a few ways. First, I’ll take the shirt and I’ll wrap the front edges of it around your head like a flap, and then I’ll fold that out like a flower. If you look carefully at the picture, you’ll see the folded fabric is the same as my scarf. I will then lay my face on the folded fabric, and then make my collar. The best way to do this is just to wrap your arms around your torso, and then take your hand away from your body. That way you can turn your head 90 degrees, and have your face close to the back edge of your shirt. I won’t make the sides of your neck visible or anything, but you can see my ears and the top of my head. Now, if you see the back of, say, the blue shirt, you’ll see I have folded my arms to make a triangle shape. This way you’ll have the neck of the triangle with your head and shoulders, and you’ll also have your shirt collar with the top and bottom, so it’s a little more comfortable. I don’t cut out the front of the shirt, so I still have the same kind of look that you make in reverse flapping, but the shape of my flapper dress is what I wanted. I also don’t have the sleeves exposed.
How do you make your flapper dress out of at hat?
Well, I’ve always loved a hat, but I never thought of the hat as making the flapper dress. When my dad gave me the hat for Christmas, I just wanted to enjoy the hat. Then, one day I tried it on. I looked at it again and I said, “Oh, what’s this? What has that to do with the flapper dress I was talking about?” It’s just a hat and I love wearing it. It’s just really cool. So, when I was thinking of ways to make out of it, I thought that the fabric would look like the hat, so I didn’t think about flapping. This is what you see in the picture. I’ve made these two different ways too… one with it’s sleeves exposed and the other without them.
How did the dress become the flapper dress?
Well, as you can see, it’s a little more complicated than that. This one was made by folding the front edge of the shirt around my head and wrapping it over my head like a scarf. But then I decided
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