Beetlejuice Cuffs

Beetlejuice Cuffs
These cuffs are asymmetric and awry and are made out of a soft, thicker, black jersey and black and white striped cotton fabric.

They were made in less than 10 minutes from fabric remains and were solely sewn by overlock machine – actually just a little test.
But somehow I liked the outcome more than expected ;-)

Completed: 2011

Status: in my Klamottenkiste and I did wear them

Photo: Carsten T. (2012)
Jewellery: Sandra
Top, Snake: JessiCat (Beetlejuice Top, Stripy Snake)

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Striped Cuffs

Striped Cuffs
And again another new knitted-cuffs-design: stripes!
The pattern is like the one I made for the Button Cuffs, just stiped this time ;-)
Here I made different lengths and colours too.

Completed: 2011 (Prototypes)

Status: in my Klamottenkiste and I wear them quite often

Photos: NeedMoreCoffeeMan (2011)
Jewellery: Sandra

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Flounce Gloves

Flounce Gloves
These gloves I made as an addition to the Romantic Military Combination.
For that I added some flounces to the pattern A from the B5370 Butterick pattern and used the remains of the blouse-fabric from the blouse of the Romantic Military Combination.

Completet: 2011

Status: in my Klamottenkiste

Photos: JHP Photographie (2012)

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The Doctor’s Scarf (Small Version)

The Doctor's Scarf
This is one of the later versions of the famous scarf that Doctor Who was wearing in his 4th reincarnation. From 1974 to 1981 Tom Baker had many adventures in his role as the 4th Doctor with various variations (and increasing length) of this scarf.

I decided to knit this version, simply because I liked the colours the most. The other 7-colour-versions I would surely not wear in everyday life ;-)

Photos: NeedMoreCoffeeMan (2011)
Model: Lisi

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Airship Captain Diva

Airship Captain Diva
This wonderful two-piece consists of a short camisole with coppery uniform buttons, that is ment to be worn over a corset und a fishtail skirt with build-in petticoat, also decorated with coppery buttons.

As accessory I made a little cap and cuffs with coppery buttons.

While making the designs I thought a bit of Captain Frankie Cook from Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow ;-)

Photos: Laurent Goletz (2011)
Cap: JessiCat (Garrison Cap)

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Button Cuffs

Button Leg Warmers
The prototypes of these cuffs and leg warmers are black with buttons. The cuffs are mid-forearm-length and the gaiters go up till the knee.

With the coppery buttons these pieces are wonderful accessories for Steampunk outfits.

I used black wool of the strength 3 – 4 and needles of the strength 4. The buttons I used were sold in a very high quantity for not much money ;-)

The cuffs were so well received that I was asked to make them in different colours and lengths with or without buttons or with silvery buttons. That was how I made some very colourful copies of them and I sold a few, but kept also some brown and grey ones for myself ;-)

Completed: 2009 (Prototypes)

Status: in my Klamottenkiste and I wear them often

Photos: NeedMoreCoffeeMan (2009), Marco (2010)

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Woolly Cuffs

Woolly Cuffs
These simple knitted cuffs I made in three different lengths: just as gloves, up till mid-forearm and once up over the elbow. All three versions are still worn very often :-)

The matching leg warmers had differnt lengths two: just fitting over the boots or up to the knees. Here both versions are also still in use.

Completed: 2004

Status: in my Klamottenkiste and are worn very often ;-)

Photos: Alexander Kröner (2007), Marco (2010)

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Black Lacecuffs

Black Lacecuffs
These lacecuffs can be combined universally and were sewn together the simplest way possible with a rounded seam at the hand and the pretty edge of the lace fabric at the upper end. I am still wearing them often, because they just fit to almost every gothic outfit.

The lacecuffs are exclusively sewn by hand.

Completed: 1998

Status: in my Klamottenkiste and they are worn often

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Pearlcuffs

Pearlcuffs
These cuffs are made out of firm white satin, they are closed with a lacing on the downside and have loops for the middle fingers. On the upper side they are decorated with little white pearls. In the past I wore them with white or black and white outfits, today they are just lying around.

The cuffs are exclusively sewn by hand.

Completed: 1997

Status: in my Klamottenkiste, but I don’t wear them anymore

Photos: NeedMoreCoffeeMan (2011)

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