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Now you can create your own aviator style costume goggles in several shapes, sizes and styles with this PDF tutorial.

This is a complete goggle making guide—over 90 pages of how-tos, 150 clear photos and 5 complete patterns. This tutorial will show you how to make all of the goggles shown here in the images with plenty of extra information on how to adapt pattern sizes and shapes to fit any doll or person. This tutorial provides information for working in a variety of scales from small dolls to life scale human goggles that you can wear. You are going to love how easy and fun it is to make these with a variety of low cost materials!

This item is a PDF format tutorial accessible through any PDF reader, including the Books app on your ipad. Dolls, actual goggles and accessories shown are not included with this tutorial.


Who can wear these goggles?
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I have included goggle patterns in a few specific scales including patterns to make three differeny goggle styles in adult human scale. But anyone can wear these goggles as my tutorial provides in-depth coverage of pattern alterations and how to find the right goggle fit.

The patterns included in this tutorial are as follows:
• Eye cup style goggle in large doll size – this fits Blythe Dolls and 18” American Girl dolls
• Eye cup style goggles in human adult size
• Eye cup style goggles in small doll size—these fit 6” Lati Yellow dolls and similar sizes
• Flat Mask Style goggles in human adult size
• Faux Goggle Sleep Mask in human adult size
• Additional information on creating, altering and reshaping your own goggle patterns to fit any doll or person (including kids!)

Important Disclaimer: The goggles you will make with this tutorial are designed for costume and decorative purposes only—Perfect for Halloween, conventions, cosplay, role playing, outfitting your dolls and similar usage. These goggles will not really protect your eyes from much unless perhaps you encounter an aggressive falling leaf while you happen to be wearing these goggles—in which case, you are probably covered! Doll Project is not responsible for any mishaps from unintended (or intended) goggle usage, so please take care of your eyes. Also beware of small parts when mixing goggles with small children and infants. :]


What will I learn in this tutorial?
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This tutorial is a comprehensive guide to making goggles in three main styles: sculpted eye-cups, flat style and faux goggles. The tutorial is 90 pages long with 150 full color photos to walk you through every step of the way! There are also 5 complete goggle patterns along with complete instructions for altering the shape and size of your goggles to fit any face (doll or human—maybe even pet!).

Here is a breakdown of what you will learn:
• Create Aviation Style costume goggles for Dolls OR People (Yes, people sizes too!)
• Learn to make 4 different types of aviator style goggles: sculpted cup, flat style, sleep mask and faux
• Extra tips and ideas to make your project a success
• Get ideas and resources for small scale goggle materials – and additional links to supplies
• Learn to adjust or create a goggle pattern to fit most any doll or person
• Patterns included for small, medium and large scales – with instructions for alterations
• Three complete lessons to walk you through every aspect of goggle making


What skills or equipment will I need to make these goggles?
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I designed these goggle methods for all skill levels and for minimal investment in supplies. The basic supplies can be readily purchased for less than $20—a single pair of doll goggles costs less than $1 in materials. You probably already have most of the needed supplies as they are essential for crafting.

No sewing, drawing or crafting experience is needed to complete this tutorial. I have seen kids make these goggles in addition to adults! There is definitely room to add in your specialty if you work with leathers, jewelry, metals etc, but special skills and equipment are not required to create these goggles!


When (and how) will I receive my goggle tutorial?
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There are three files which will be emailed to you as PDF attachments in a single email. You should receive the goggle tutorial files within 24 hours of purchase--if you do not, please send me a note and I can try resending the tutorial for you.


Can I sell the goggles I make?
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Yes! You can make a profit from the goggles you create using this tutorial! The only limitation I have on these tutorials lies with the content itself—you may not sell or redistribute the tutorial text, patterns or photos without my written consent. In addition, products made for sale must be made by the purchaser (not a factory). No acknowledgement is necessary, however it is always appreciated :].


How can I know this tutorial will be awesome?
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I want you to be completely satisfied with your tutorial. I am always willing to provide additional information to help you decide whether the tutorial is right for your needs. Contact me any time to discuss this tutorial in further detail or to talk about your project needs :]. Jessica [!at] dollproject.com (Or use the 'contact' link at the end of this description).

All Doll Project tutorials are 100% developed by me, Jessica Hamilton. I have been teaching art workshops at national and private retreats for the last 7 years—I even taught on an episode of HGTV/DIY’s” Craft Lab.” I have a Bachelor of Science in Fine Art and a Master’s in Technical Writing—I love teaching and I love to research, experiment and write workshops!!

Here are some nice things clients have said about my PDF workshops:

“I would like to thank you for an excellent project. There is so much detail, real step by step process and enough info to make a wonderful [project]. I have now read through the whole thing and can't wait to start.”

“The "booklets" are fantastic. Well written and the pictures are a real help and not the typical "fluff" people seem to feel the need to stuff in their directions.”

“Hi Jessica, your instructions are well written and quite easy to follow.. I am happy w my purchase.”

“I just finally finished [printing] the class tutorial. WOW what a ton of work you do on this class. Just wanted you to know how appreciated it is. And I love the fact that my next [project] will be so much better because of it.”

“This workshop has been one of the best I've taken… Jessica is a fantastic teacher and the project is so much fun.”


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DIY Goggle PDF Tutorial Patterns Aviator Costume Goggles How to make goggle sets for dolls or people costumes

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