Today, we’re going to start making a doll sized jetpack!  This jetpack is an amazing addition to the Steampunk Flight Suit patterns.  The 18-inch version of the patterns are already available and the A Girl for All Time® versions will be out soon. 

Since there are many steps in the construction of the jetpack, I am splitting it into three videos.  In this video, we will gather all of our materials, prepare our plastic pieces and paint them, prepare our pattern pieces, and cut and prep our leather strap pieces.  In the second part, we will cut and prep all of our foam pieces and apply decorative finishes.  In Part 3, I will show you how to assemble everything.  Since I had to split this video into 3 parts, I will be post a part each week, rather than only on the second and fourth Thursday of the month.

I am no longer sick and I have acquired a new microphone that actually works well with my phone, so hopefully the recent audio problems will be all cleared up.

The pattern pieces you will need for this project are available free to my newsletter subscribers.  If you’re not already subscribed, you can click on the link below and get signed up.  I also have links below to the SVG files for the foam and leather pieces if you would like to cut those out with an electronic die cutter or laser cutter.

DIY Steampunk Doll Jetpack - Part 1

Products and Tools needed for this project



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