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Harley Quinn

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Hi Everyone,

This is the first post with my shiny new layout so I hope it s good one. I recently (not so recently but oh well) I wanted to properly start making cosplays so I first tried to make a Mad Moxxie but that didn't work out so well. So I thought I would try my second favourite villain.  Harley Quinn.



I would to make a disclaimer I have not had any sewing lessons in my life and I did not use and patterns (mostly as I don't know how to use them).

It did take me a while (about 6 months) and 2 sewing machines but I finally finished everything yesterday.

It started by me measuring myself drawing some lines on some lines on the fabric, sewing and praying it would go O.K.

I don't have a lot of photos from the beginning as I thought that I would give up at the first hurdle.

So it started with the bottoms.


Then the top


 Then I put them together with some arms


I then had to put on an invisible zip I don't have any pictures of that but that is how I broke the first sew…

Let The Right One In

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Good day all,

Today I had an adventure to London to see Let The Right One In.

Just so you know there will be spoilers so if you don't want to know what happens don't read on.

For those of you who don't know Let The Right One In is a fantastic book by John Ajvide Lindqvist.

It is the story of a lonely boy name Oskar and his relationship with a strange individual name Eli who so happens to be a centuries old vampire.


It focuses on the relationship between Eli and Oskar and the struggles they both have.

Oskar is bullied and ignored by his parents and Eli has to struggle to find blood to survive and deal with a uncomfortable relationship with Hakan a helper who helps Eli get blood in exchange for her 'love'.

It was staged at the Apollo Theatre.



I was dubious about how they would be able to stage the play as there are some disturbing scenes.

The stage was very minimalist. The ground was covered on snow there were tall trees all over the stage and a single climbing fram…