Fall is here, the pandemic will soon be over and soon the fetish parties will show up again. I can’t think of a better time to begin making your own latex clothing. Everybody can learn to make their own latex. All you need is the right knowledge and a few supplies.
A quick way to get started is by ordering a Blackstyle’s Latex Designer Kit. It has everything (except cleaner) you need to get started: A cutting mat, rotary cutter, spare blades, ballpoint pen with silver ink, a few latex offcuts, adhesive/glue for rubber sheeting, pressure roller, and talcum powder.
In this video you’ll see how the Latex Designer Kit is used to glue a latex seam. The basic gluing technique, necessary for all work with latex.
It’s really that easy! With a little practice, you will soon be confident enough to take on more complicated latex crafting projects and even repair your own latex. And if you need materials, be sure to visit Blackstyle’s online store. You can buy latex by the meter, small metal parts, zippers, and much more.
Good luck with your latex crafting!
Latex Designer Kit Giveaway
Blackstyle has kindly offered to send a Latex Designer Kit and 1 meter of latex sheeting, toward a lucky crafter!
To enter this giveaway, please visit Blackstyle’s latex by the meter section. Then return here and leave a comment on this post where you tell us your favorite latex color and what you hope to create with the Latex Designer Kit if you win!
Only one entry per. person, please. Make more than one entry and all of your entries will be invalid!
This giveaway closes Sunday, September 19th, 2021, at 6.00 p.m (recorded by the comment timestamp).
Lustlovelatex.com authors and Blackstyle employees can’t take part in this draw. Random.org integer generator will pick the winner.
The lucky winner is: Ray – who likes white latex and would like to make a hood with the Kit. Congratulations!
Thanks to Blackstyle and everyone else how took part in this giveaway.
Blackstyle has added a selection of creative structured latex sheeting to their already popular “latex by the metre” range there caters to latex designers and DIY’s latex crafters.
The new structured latex sheeting is made of 100% natural rubber and comes in lava, leopard and striped, in a limited selection of color and thickness.
The size of each latex sheeting is approximately 80 x 100 cm, but as every sheet is handmade, there may be a slight variations in color, thickness and size.
For more information, please visit: Blackstyle.de
Latex Kitty’s has just published a brand new latex tutorial of a very popular latex accessory, which is also one of her personal favourites – Latex Gauntlets!
With Kitty’s latex gauntlets pattern, a tiny bit of latex and some glue you can create these fashionable latex mittens in just 6 easy steps.
A must for a latex fashionista and a great starter project for a novice latex crafter!
Visit Latex Kitty’s Making Latex Clothing weblog.
Tired of looking like everybody else when you are at a fetish party… or just want to look unique?
Take a look at this photo of Jasmin from Vintagevandalizm.com wearing a latex dress, photographed by Tilt from Graffitilt.com. Tilt simply took a £22 latex mini dress and spiced it up with a little paint to create this a unique custom piece of latex.
A smart way dress cheap and still look like a million! Just use your imagination, be creative and look unique!
If you are interested in latex DIY projects like this, I suggest that you visit Latex Kitty’s popular blog: Making Latex Clothing.
UPDATE: We decided to chlorinate our latex shower curtain to make it last longer and to get a nice soft and less sticky surface. You can either chlorinate your latex yourself or pay someone do it for you.
Demask (Dortmund) is offering chlorination as a service – no matter what brand, charge pr. amount of surface.