I love cats, I love their hair color and I love them.
They’re cute and I like to think they’re super cute, and yet I find myself getting frustrated by the fact that they’re so often ignored.
When I’m watching the world burn, it’s like I’m witnessing a giant, sentient, sentient fire burning itself out of the sky.
So, what can I do to help the world escape the fire of cat hatred?
The answer to this question is karate, because I don’t want my cat to get hurt.
I love karate too, but I can also get pretty creative with how I dress up a karate kitty to get the attention of karate cat people.
I decided to create a karate kitty costume, because karate is just so freaking awesome and so fucking badass, and I wanted to get that karate vibe into the costume, but with some karate-inspired elements.
The costume was made from fabric and fabric, and it took me about 3 hours to make, so I thought it’d be a good idea to share my process with you.
If you’re a kyudo, this is how to make karate.
Make your own karate costume I went to a kyu karate studio, which is a korean martial arts school.
It’s the same kyudon as the karate school I went to, but they use a much smaller building.
I used about 1/3 the space as the school does, but it was definitely worth it.
This is the space you need to make your karate suit.
The inside of the kyuden is the same as the rest of the building.
Cut out the fabric.
I cut out a rectangle of fabric about the size of a dime, and folded it in half.
Sew the karatesuit together.
Sew your karatsuit to the fabric, making sure you sew the edges together.
Cut the fabric off the fabric and place it in the sewing machine.
Sew together the two halves.
I didn’t sew all of them together, so you’ll have to do that with the first half.
I had to sew the corners on, so if you have a smaller sewing machine, you can just fold them over.
You’ll need a few more pieces of fabric to make the tail.
Cut your tails off.
I got this awesome red kyun-dashi and cut it out using scissors.
Sew it onto the fabric as well.
Fold the tail over and sew it in place.
Repeat with the other tail, then cut off the excess.
I just wanted to show you how to fold a kon-deshi tail.