We’re in the home stretch!  Today we’ll finish up our Jetpacks.  In these videos, we will apply Rub N’ Buff to our pieces and I will show you how to assemble everything. 

I have had to split this video into Part 3A and Part 3B but both are available today.  Why did I do this?  YouTube has this weird thing where it will auto-transcribe for closed captioning if the video is under 30 minutes long.  If it’s over 30 minutes, I have to transcribe the whole thing from scratch.  And that takes hours.  So, I’ve split it into two parts.  Make sure you are watching Part 3A first!

DIY Steampunk Doll Jetpack Part 3A
DIY Steampunk Doll Jetpack Part 3B

I realized that I forgot a couple of rivet placement marks on some of the straps.  Newsletter subscribers you have received the updated pattern pieces in the latest email.  If you are not already subscribed, sign up using the link below and the pattern link will be emailed to you.

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 are NOW AVAILABLE as well! 

If you haven’t seen DIY Steampunk Doll Jetpack – Part 1 or Part 2, you can find my post with all the supplies and links you will need here:

DIY Steampunk Doll Jetpack – Part 1

DIY Steampunk Doll Jetpack – Part 2

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