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One thing I have been working on since arriving at Sissy School is this whole troublesome area of how to allow the adult more sexual side of me out away from the very child-like age regressed side even though we obviously share the same body so one step I have been taking is to get dressed for bed as adult me with more sexual adult bedtime attire including full frilly French knickers so there's a clear head shift.
The material is very smooth and with me is more conducive when I get the measurements spot on to bring out what my adult side needs - an arousal - and enough room to allow my dolly lolly push it's way to make its presence known ensure my sexual side kicks in.
of my adult sissy sexualityand my birth right. I have been working on how to prolong by edging and similar techniques my aroused state so I can enjoy my aroused state for longer so in the course of a night my sex organs get a good workout. 
Looking after my sexual needs as sissy is important for my mental well-being ensuring they are met as they make me feel alive but never to the point of totally dominating my thoughts.
A sissy gurl needs to feel her dolly lolly fully aroused and for it be masturbated to cum as that's where her sexual core is targeted- having those needs met.

It's always right not to sexualize the child-like side of you but not to the exclusion in an adult headspace of having those adult sexual needs met ideally daily.

From now on I will honour my adult sissy sexual needs in their own adult space.


Wed, Jun 28, 2017
Source: Sissy candy panty
When there's barely any time for latex, life does not feel like living. Well, it does. Sort of. But still there's a huge chunk of me missing. There's almost a smaller chunk missing, too, as I was in a minor back surgery recently, and am still recovering with the wound – which means that no […]
Thu, Jun 15, 2017
Source: Project L
I've been wanting to make a pommel horse for a really long time. I just think they're pretty cool from a sculptural-furniture object standpoint, and of course they offer a myriad of perversion possibilities too… Plus this mostly came together from scrap material - I had a piece of foam sitting around, and a leather remnant that was about the right size. I just needed to purchase the 4x4 lumber for the legs, and it was off to the races.
As you can see from the photos, the structure isn't based on fine mortise-and-tenon joinery. I used the poor-man's method of wood glue and a shit-load of screws. I was fine with that, as everything but the legs gets covered with upholstery anyway. And trust me, this baby is strong and rigid. I toyed with the idea of tapering the legs, but if you see the antique versions (1stDibs usually has a great, if expensive, selection) they typically have straight (un-tapered) legs.
For the next step, I just laid the foam over the horse and wrapped it in plastic. I cut a couple of pieces from the foam to cap the ends.

Next up: duct tape. Longtime followers of this blog know that it's my preferred method for generating custom pattern shapes for complex objects.

A couple of layers on, until everything's nice and smooth. Do you notice the lip on the left side of the image below? I thought I'd try something clever there, and make a space for someone to fit their head between the horse and someone straddling the horse. Didn't really work out, so I'd recommend keeping the sides a cleaner, traditional symmetrical shape.
Draw potential seam lines out with a marker.
I was toying with the idea of it wrapping around a bit…

Cut the duct-tape pattern off with scissors. We end up with the main piece…
…and two end-pieces.
I'm sure at some point I traced the duct-tape pattern onto butcher paper to make the pattern. I usually make the pattern symmetrical and perfect the lines. Then it's transferred to the leather.
I ended up using darts even though I wanted to keep it as smooth as possible. This is dictated by the shape you want to make and the thickness/stretchy-ness of the leather.
This leather isn't very stretchy…
Once the end pieces are sewn on and flattened, I pull it over the foam and secure along the edge with upholstery tacks.
It came out pretty nice, and makes me want to do more furniture-type upholstered and padded stuff.
Put some stain on the legs, just to give it some color.
In this shot you can see the ridges in the foam from where it was kept in storage. Over time I expect those to come out…
And finally at least 3 coats of polyurethane to protect the finish. Sanding with fine grit in between. I've been liking the satin finish lately… Do you think I should add some forged iron rings?
Hope you liked the project! Stay tuned, more to come…
Thu, Jun 08, 2017
Source: A fetish leathercrafters journal
I wanted to share a link to a book about the artist Nancy Grossman. I remember coming across her images when I was very young, and found them absolutely fascinating. This was well before I had any knowledge about the world of S&M, and the fact that they were so gripping, and so unusual - and completely lacking in context usually. They remained mysterious to me until fairly recently. There's now a book about her work: "Nancy Grossman: Tough Life Diary" which I'd recommend, produced in conjunction with a major exhibition of her work at the Tang Museum in Saratoga Springs, New York in 2012.


Since all I know about her work is from the writings of others, I'm including some of it below:
"These wooden heads by Nancy Grossman “with their sensory parts strapped, zipped and nailed shiut. Her famous series is a reaction to “anxiety and turmoil that weigh upon the individual in contemporary society”. When it comes to artistic influences, the exhibit description is really ignoring the big, kinky elephant in the room."
Written by Marina Galperina May 20, 2011



Physical abuse in the artist's early years and to some disturbing, inappropriate sexual attention from a male relative in her adolescence. Ms. Raven quoted Ms. Grossman: “After 25 years, I see that all of the head sculptures are self-portraits that refer to the bondage of my childhood.” That could partly explain her seemingly obsessive repetition of the image of the enigmatic, scary yet alluring, possibly predatory man.


But the heads might also be flirtations with a powerful but otherwise buried part of herself. The potential of the female artist had yet to be widely acknowledged in the late ‘60s. Ms. Grossman's early heads were ferocious harbingers of the coming feminist insurgency.



Whoever or whatever that masked being was, he, she or it possessed Ms. Grossman like an occult spirit and led her to create figures that are as darkly weird as they are sensually beautiful.
Ms. Grossman's heads seem to partake in a chilling depersonalization of sex at the same time as they celebrate demonic, thrill-seeking anonymity.

But there are other dimensions too. They can be taken as allegorical figures of extreme states of male consciousness.



Some have all of their orifices covered, which adds to the feeling of hidden, pent-up intentions and blind ambitions. Some have animal horns protuding from their foreheads. Others bellow and howl with toothy maws. Altogether they radiate a primal warrior's spirit. Yet at the same time they appear captured by the gear they wear. They cannot escape tbeir own archetypal natures.





If you know Ms. Grossman's heads only from reproductions in art books, you may be surprised at how lovingly they are made. She began by carving, filling, sanding, painting and polishing a chunk of found wood - a piece of telephone pole, say - into something resembling a classical or neo-classical head. With their strong features and thick necks hinting at muscular bodies, they read as male, although Amazonian femininity is not out of the question. As for the top layer of animal skin, only Ms. Grossman knows exactly how she fitted this covering and its hardware so perfectly to the complex topography ot the underlying sculpture.




Anyone passingly familiar with American art of the past half-century will recognize the eerie, erotically menacing leather-clad heads that Nancy Grossman produced between the late 1960s and 1990. Often including zippers, buckles, straps and chains, these sculptures most immediately evoke S&M bondage gear. Displayed in a high-end shop for the sexually adventurous, they would fit right in.





Love the red lining around the nose, and notice the use of buttons for the eyes.







































Artist in her studio at age 25.
"Signing" her work with nail heads driven onto the wooden base.

Nancy Grossman being interviewed.




This monumental sculptural figure is larger than life-sized.
I hope this inspires some of you to do your own research about this remarkable artist and her powerful work.
Sun, Jun 04, 2017
Source: A fetish leathercrafters journal
One thing I'd hoped when starting the blog was that a bunch of leather crafters and innovators around the world would be able to connect, share ideas and inspire each other. I think it comes from my days in art school, where I found it extremely enriching to just be around other creative types. It can't help but take your ideas and craftsmanship to a higher place.

I want to introduce you to BeE Workshop, Japan.

http://hatikoubo.blog116.fc2.com/

This gentleman is creating some of the most exciting and unique designs I've ever seen.


Custom-made straitjacket, belt set and 2-layer padded pussy mouth hood.He contacted me a while ago to let me know that my blog inspired him. I was so blown away by his work, I didn't know how to express it fully. I think in many ways he's more advanced than me as a maker. And his ideas are off-the-charts wonderful.
He developed his own unique pattern for a padded, 2-layer hood. And he created a pussy-type mouth opening - I've never seen anyone do this in leather. And as if that wasn't enough, he created a harness with detatchable mouth/pussy cover…
I like the way he has the little pussy lips closed…

I think we have a shared love of hoods and complete coverage restraints. It's always thrilling for me to see a new take on an old idea. Check out the unique, beautifully-fitted pattern for the straitjacket here. Love the attached rings, and the sleeve lacing. The collar fits beautifully. Also, love the beautiful shape on this leg restraint. A really nice fit. He has also made some beautiful armbinders in a range of different styles. I love this classic looking design:

He's also experimented with an open-hand style:

A French-maid look with frilly edges in PVC:
An over-the-shoulder style with a zip-closure:
An over-the-shoulder style that laces up:
Take a moment to appreciate this fantastic photo… An open-shoulder style with zip closure, and contrasting red straps and collar.
Cannot love this image enough…Really beautiful custom-harness strap and chain sets too… so much great work. I only know of his blog here, but will let you know if he ever puts together a stand-alone website. Don't you agree that his work is just fantastic?

Thank you BeE workshop, for sharing your inspiring work with us!


Fri, May 19, 2017
Source: A fetish leathercrafters journal
In response to a request, here's my process for making the locking posture collar with rolled edge. I like this design because it fits a wide range of people really well, it isn't too hard to make, and can be produced in pretty much any color and type of leather you like. I start off with 6-7oz. vegetable-tanned leather. Measures about 3.1mm thick.
I trace my pattern on the smooth side of the leather. Rough-cut the pieces with my shoemaker's knife.

At this point I start working the leather over the edge of the workbench to take out the curl.
I do the final cut out using an X-acto knife. Try to keep the knife vertical. I'll use the diamond sharpener and hone to get the knife razor sharp for these cuts. If you do it right, it'll go through smoothly in one pass.
Blank cutout complete:
Next up, I'll round off the sharp edges with an edge beveler tool. If your tool is nice and sharp, you'll get smooth, continuous offcuts.
Edge-bevel complete!
My next step in edge-finishing is to use 100 grit sandpaper to round those edges.
Next, I'll use gum tragacanth and a piece of canvas to burnish the edge.
I do have a wood burnishing tool, but to me the canvas is the best way to get the combination of heat and pressure to consolidate the fibers along that cut edge, and get them to lay down. You want the friction to build up, and it turns out nice and smooth.


Now I'm ready for the outer leather. I cut this piece a bit oversize, and will trim it after it's glued to the veg-tan blank.
Both pieces get brushed with contact cement.
Once the glue sets up, these inner and outer layer are stuck together. The excess is trimmed carefully around the edges.
I use my cylinder-bed (which is set up to sew heavy-weight leather) to topstitch the outer and inner layers together.
At this point, I'm ready to edge-coat. Now we prepare for the rolled edge. I cut 1.75" strips for the bottom and top rolled edge. About 14" for the top, and 12.625" for the bottom.
These all get a bit of glue on their "good" side…
…as do the collars.
The edge-strip gets clipped to the collar, good-side to good-side, and stitched a bit more than 1/8" from the edge. The bottom strip is clipped and sewn the same way.
Apply glue for the rolled edge to both the backside of the collar… …and the backside of the edge-strip. Once the glue sets up, the rolled edge is folded over towards the back (inside) of the collar.Then back to the cylinder-bed to top stitch along the front side seam - holding the rolled edge in place. (This is the part that your portable sewing machine will probably not be able to handle.)The excess rolled-edge in the back can now be trimmed off.
Sometimes I'll use tape to help me see the position of the holes that need to be punched. These marks are transferred over from the pattern. But you have to be really careful that the tape won't pull up the finish on your leather. Be sure and test first!I use an oblong punch for the slots:
I use the same method for marking holes for the staple plate, which are riveted into place: The front O-ring is secured from the back via screws.
And we're done…
Locking tall posture collar in the color of your choice! Thanks for visiting…


Sat, May 13, 2017
Source: A fetish leathercrafters journal
Moving to Malta has been something I never could've imagined happening to myself. Things are so different than back in Finland, but as some time has passed, I can't imagine going back to the Finnish everyday things. But there are some things that I'm still missing nonetheless; forests. Green things. My lovely models, who've been […]
Sat, May 13, 2017
Source: Project L













Sun, May 07, 2017
Source: Feet, legs, nylon




















Sat, May 06, 2017
Source: Feet, legs, nylon
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Fri, Apr 21, 2017
Source: Collants Passion
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Mon, Apr 10, 2017
Source: Collants Passion
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Sat, Apr 01, 2017
Source: Collants Passion