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Tue, Jan 12, 2016
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Tue, Dec 22, 2015
Source: A fetish leathercrafters journal
The initial idea for this hood was to have breathing tubes, but after experimenting with a mock-up of the foam and leather sandwich layers, the best option turned out to be using a plain old #00 grommet.
I couldn't find a sleek, low-profile way to have the tube secure on both sides. Maybe in future designs I'll figure out a way to make this work, but for now I'm stumped. One more element to add: a rear lacing tongue to keep the hair out of the laces.
I used double-sided tape to hold the tongue in position, and stitched it using the post-bed machine with roller foot.
I wouldn't recommend doing the tongue sewing after the grommets were set, but in this case the hood is a prototype. The only way to create a pattern is to actually make the thing, making notes and changes along the way. Once the pattern is proofed, it will be easier to set the grommets after sewing the tongue.
So finally we have the finished hood. And just in time for Christmas!
Tue, Dec 22, 2015
Source: A fetish leathercrafters journal
So, now that we have our pattern we can get started... First the inner hood, which I'm making in a Japanese plonge leather. It's thin (0.5mm) and soft, with a velvety suede texture on the back side. The weird part is I'm making this layer inside-out. I want the smooth shiny surface on the outside, but I don't want any seams on the inside. So the shiny side is where I'm marking and sewing this hood (the opposite of what I'd usually do).
I place this sewn plonge inner hood on the form…
…and glue down all the seams.
Next I trace and cut (using my modified pattern) the foam parts.
This is half-inch thick foam...
The outer hood is made of a lamb-tan cowhide (Lamba from Sav-Mor) which is about 1.2mm thick. Very soft, and with a shiny outer surface.
I use spray adhesive to glue the foam layer parts to the inner hood.
Here you can see the gap for the rear lacing:
Once I've sewn the outer layer, I put it on the form inside out, just to check and see how everything is fitting.
Looks really nice. I want it to be nice and snug, but not too tight anywhere.
I end up gluing a layer of leather into the neck to stiffen it up a bit, and give it a little more structure.
I do another test fit, this time right-side out.
Everything looks okay... so it's time to glue the outer layer in place.
I don't want the chin to slip out of alignment, so I peel the outer layer (like a banana) and apply spray adhesive.
I fold it back and sew along the neck seam using the post-bed, locking the foam in place. I next fold and clip the rear opening, which is then topstitched along the edge.
The neck area of the inner and outer hoods are glued then pressed together. The bottom edge of the collar is then folded up and sewn.
Now the two hoods are completely locked together.
I put it back on the form and lace the hood up to help pull everything together.
I want the leather to take shape and rest overnight.
Just a couple more finishing touches, and this one is complete!


Tue, Dec 22, 2015
Source: A fetish leathercrafters journal
This week's project: a padded, 2-layer sensory deprivation hood. This is a male version of the hood I attached to the butterfly jacket (project seen here), and I'll take you through all the steps along the way of making this one.
We begin with my wood head form, already dressed in a tight fitting leather hood. I'll be using the same pattern for the inner hood, only slightly modified for the different rear opening. The first thing I want to do is create a pattern for the foam layer, and for that we need a wrap.
The hooded form gets wrapped with pallet wrap. I use this trick to make it easy to release the wrap: Get some painter's tape and a length of string.
Put the string on the tape, and use that to make a sort of rip-cord to help remove the wrap when we're done.
I align this tape/string along the rear centerline.
And make sure to leave enough string at either end to grab onto.
Now we can go to town on the duct-tape wrap.
Piece by piece, we slowly build up the duct-tape coverage.
Until we have everything nicely encapsulated.
Draw on the seam lines with a Sharpie.
I try to find clean lines along the break of the plane - I try to keep in mind how the leather is going to wrap around this curved form.
Once I'm happy with the wrap and seam placement…
I pull the string ends to release the wrap.
Plastic wrap keeps anything from sticking.
And now we've got a shape for our foam inner layer.
These get trimmed out along the seam line.
And I use the shapes to create a paper pattern.
The paper pattern is used to mark the shapes on 1/2" foam.
And these are cut out.
The foam shapes are placed back on the hooded head form, and held with another layer of pallet wrap.
I made some modifications to the foam pattern at this point based on the fit of the foam panels. Added a bit along the top edge of the side panels, and at the chin too.
This foam layer now gets another wrap job: this time for the pattern that will become the outside of the hood.
Same build-up of layers as the first wrap:
Little by little, until the shape is completely covered.
Once wrapped, seam lines are again drawn on the outer shell.
I wanted the lines of the outer layer to match the seams of the inner foam layer.
Once happy, the outer layer is cut away along the rear opening seam.
We have a nice looking outer hood with the foam panels tucked inside.
I actually tried it on at this point, and could tell the shape was pretty much spot on based on the quick test fit.
So we end up with our foam pattern, our outer layer pattern:
And our inner layer pattern:
Next time: Ready to start building...
Tue, Dec 22, 2015
Source: A fetish leathercrafters journal
Curieuse chose qu'est la vie au moment où je retrouve le chemin de ce journal depuis un an sans y avoir rien écrit, tant de choses s'étaient passées avant et tant de choses ce sont passées depuis pourtant, si ce n'est le temps de la sagesse c'est au moins celui de l'apaisement . L'écriture est en moi toujours , elle est mon quotidien comme elle l'a été dans les moments de ma tourmente intérieure; elle le reste dans ces moments de paix mais aussi de vide et la seule chose qui vaille finalement. Je ne regrette rien et je regrette tout , sauf ce que j'ai vécu de beau et sans attendre rien de demain et sans désespérer de demain par je ne sais quel est ce comique optimisme qui est toujours en moi. Je pensais depuis plusieurs jours à ce curieux livre de Pascal Quignard "Les tablettes de buis d'Apronenia Avitia". Il s'agit d'un journal anodin d'une noble romaine du quatrième siècle, qui ne semble vivre que par son quotidien; son argent, ses plaisirs, ses repas son sexe, alors que l'Empire Romain s'effondre autour d'elle sous le coups des barbares.Il y a bien des parallèles que je pourrais faire avec notre vie, avec ma vie, en ce moment troublé et alors que tant de choses si importantes bourdonnent autour de moi, je me sens comme flotter dans une sorte de futilité à la fois puérile et salvatrice. Je ne suis pas guéri de la soif de découvrir qui m'a hantée dés que j'ai décidé d'ouvrir ce journal, je reste presque le même sans être dupe de ces futilités je les prends pour moi . Beaucoup de ce que je vois maintenant me fais sourire, les amitiés factices, les besoins de circonstance, l'agitation démesurée que nous procure ce souci exacerbé d'exister, d'être vu, d'être admiré. Je me suis laissé prendre à ce piège, volontairement et consciemment comme pour passer le temps et combler le vide de ce qui manque de ce qui est essentiel; partager à deux le lourd et doux chemin de notre humanité.Je croyais que ce monde que j'ai voulu traverser dans ce blog était diffèrent du monde ordinaire; il n'en est rien il peut être aussi décevant qu'enthousiasmant. Et pourtant j'y ai trouvé aussi des trésors, si certains se sont enfuis ils restent en moi; il est donné à peu d'hommes de vivre ses passions et certains de ses fantasmes.
J'ai longtemps pensé que je devait supprimer ce journal comme beaucoup de choses que j'avais alors entrepris; mais je crois que je vais poursuivre. Je ne crois plus aux étoiles, je continue seulement à marcher sous le ciel qu'il y ait le soleil ou l'orage.Et je pense à cette belle phrase de Pablo Neruda; " Il meurt lentement celui qui ne change pas de cap lorsqu'il est malheureux au travail ou en amour,celui qui ne prend pas de risque pour réaliser ses rêves , celui qui, pas une seule fois dans sa vie n'a fuit les conseils sensés. Vis maintenant. Risque-toi aujourd'hui..."
Sat, Nov 21, 2015
Source: FetishLover

Wed, Nov 18, 2015
Source: RuFishnet
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Sun, Sep 06, 2015
Source: Bound in zentai
Thu, Aug 06, 2015
Source: RuFishnet
Thu, Aug 06, 2015
Source: RuFishnet
This is the first time I've attempted a wrap in a crouched position. You can see there is definitely a nice shape around the derriere part. I'm hoping to can keep that beautiful contour into the final piece. I'm still working out where the seams are going to go when it comes to that shapely rear end. Lots of different options... This is really exploring new territory for me.
Because she's going to be bent over, I don't want wrinkles or anything bunching up in the stomach area. This is going to be a one-position restraint. It won't be possible for my model to lay flat inside this piece.
I'm happy with the way it's looking so far... More to come.

Wed, Aug 05, 2015
Source: A fetish leathercrafters journal