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Sun-bleaching sun-bathing suits are a great way to cool your skin and keep it cool when you get sunburned.
They are a fun way to make a quick change for the day or a quick and easy fix for a hangover.
They’re also a great option for kids who want to take a break from sunscreen or sun protection and sunbathing, or for those who want a quick, inexpensive alternative to sunscreen.
Here’s how to make them from recycled clothing, fabrics, and other materials.
If you want to learn how to sew them yourself, the following steps will get you started.
Sewing Instructions: If you don’t have any leftover clothing you can still use as a base, just make sure you wash the fabrics in hot water and dry them.
If the fabric isn’t hot enough, put it in a dryer and heat it for 20 minutes or until the inside is just soft enough to allow you to sew.
Make sure you sew in a straight line and not a curvy line, so the seam won’t bend.
Attaching the Sunbathing Suit to Your Body: Cut a long piece of fabric that’s just over 2 inches long.
Tie it off to the back of your neck and sew a zipper on top.
You can also sew a single loop through each side of the body.
For extra protection, you can also attach a hat to the top of the suit, as well as a hatpin, hat clip, or a pair of sunglasses to the bottom.
You don’t need to attach the hat to your head, as the hat is meant to cover your eyes, but the hatpin can be attached to your forehead or a piece of string around your head.
Sew the Suit’s Body Back Together: Attach the hat, sunglasses, and hat to a piece that’s already sewn on your body.
Make two long loops on the other side of each loop and sew the zipper on the front and back.
Then attach the other loop to the head and tie it off with a string.
This way, you’re left with two separate layers of fabric.
The hat and sunglasses can be removed and attached separately, but don’t sew the entire fabric together.
To make the eyes, tie the sunglasses to a string around the top or bottom of your head and the hat or sunglasses to your hairline.
Attach Your Sunbathed Suit to the Back of Your Body’s Clothing: To make your suit’s neck a little more visible, sew the neckline of your jacket, shirt, pants, or shorts together.
Then sew the front of the jacket to the jacket and the back to the pants.
Make a loop in each piece of clothing.
For the glasses, attach a hair clip on either side of your glasses.
Finally, attach your sunglasses to one of your ears.
To add a few more layers of clothing, attach the hair clip to the front, then attach the sunglasses and hair clip.
Attached to Your Skin: After you’ve attached the necklines and the glasses to your body, you’ll need to sew the suit’s legs and arms together.
This is a good time to attach a belt to your legs, or make an eye patch to cover the entire area where you’re going to hang your suit.
When you’re finished, you should have a nice, loose fit that covers the whole front and rear of your body with no gaping holes.
To sew the whole suit together, sew on the top and bottom, and then the side seams.
Attachment of the Sunburnt Suit to a Head: To attach the suit to your neck, fold the back and sides of the head back into a rectangle.
Attaches it to the neck, using a string that fits around the neck.
You might need to adjust the size of the neck to make sure that the string doesn’t drag on the sides of your skull.
Attache Sun-Bleached Sun-Bath Suit to your Head: Attaching a hat and a piece in the hair line around your neck will help hide the sun-burn marks you’ll be leaving behind when you sunbathe.
If your neck isn’t as prominent as the sunburn marks would indicate, it’s probably just going to get worse over time, so be sure to make your hair shorter, or at least cut it off as soon as you sunburn.
Attacing Sun-Beard Sun-Blonde Suit to Head: Add a hat or hair clip, and attach the backside of the hat and hair to the right side of a hat pin.
Attacher the top edge of the sun beard to the left side of an eye mask, and place the sun beard on the forehead.
You may need to shorten the hair slightly so it doesn’t look like a beard.
To finish the suit up, attach