» How to Make Raver Pants

Dec 13, 2011   //   by Redhead The Pirate   //   Sewing Tutorials  //  2 Comments
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Let me start off by saying THANK YOU to the 2% of you that understand common courtesy . You have no idea how much I appreciate you. You restore my faith in humanity. Honestly I just can’t thank you enough!

I have been making raver pants for over 15 years and have been designing, making and selling raver pants for over ten years as my full time job. Making raver and hippie clothing has enabled me to feed, clothe and shelter my 2 younger brothers after my parents died and enabled me to pay my bills and bring joy to others.

I have also helped others make raver pants for well over 12 years now. 12 years. Let that sink in a moment. I’ve taken countless amounts of time out of my already long work day to help hundreds of you acheive your dream of creating your very own phatts.

It honestly used to be quite rewarding. I got to meet tons of lovely like minded people who were respectful and considerate and oh so very appreciative. I was happy to do it b/c they represented all the good things my scene meant to me. They became my virtual rave family and they truly understood what PLURR represented on the deepest levels.

I’m going to stop there for a moment and point out that my livelyhood is primarily based on how many raver pants I sell. If I am actively helping others to create their own, I am actively making sure I sell less. Which in turn means I have less money to live MY dreams .

What company do you know of that cares enough about the people they sell to, to actually tell them how to create the product they sell and knowingly hurt their bottomline? Probably one. Me.

Now the only thing I have ever asked in return, is just for people to be civilized and polite.

The past couple years I have watched as people went from “When you have a free moment, would you please help me with this” to no hi how ya doin, to just “tell me how to do this right now”. 90% of the time their question could have been answered simply by googling it and clicking on the first result. Did they do that? Nope. Did they respect my wishes that they post their question on the blog so it could benefit everyone. Nope. Instead they use the Live Help Chat Reserved for my customers to demand answers. You read that right, not politely asked. They demanded I answered their question right then. No Hi, how are you, how is your day. Just give me give me give me, without any consideration at all.

I’ve wanted to update the tutorial for quite some time now but can’t bring myself to help people who are treating me like crap.

Just remember:

Please and Thank You will get you far in life.

So if you are one of the 98% of people who have abused me, my time and my patience without so much as a “please would you mind helping me” or a “thank you for helping me”, this new feature is because of you.

Before you can access the Tutorial, you must do the following for me first :

Friend Us on Facebook : Click Here

*Maybe if you first get into “Friend Mode” and see how Enlightened Librans treat each other, you will be more likely to be polite when asking for help.

To access the Tutorial you must first create an ELC Account :  Click Here  

*Please note that using bunk details will get you banned from the site b/c it will constitute spam

*Why is it important to use a real name and email address? Because everyone is accountable for their actions while on this site and if you are a decent person you won’t lie about your name. Especially when you are trying to get help from someone who just wants you to be civilized/polite. Even if it is just for the time span you are on my site. I send maybe 3 newsletters a year b/c I hate spam and I don’t share anyone’s details with anyone ever. Your name and email will only be used by me to ensure a safe haven for everyone.

*Click on the Sewing machine at the bottom of the account page and enter the password given into the login form on the page.

Here’s How It Is Done In Pictures :

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2 Comments

  • What is the usual cuff size for phat pants?

  • I prefer 42 but some like 35 and some like 60. :)

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