How to Make a Polyester Shirt and Suit
Polyester is a fabric made from a combination of nylon and rayon fibers.
It’s known for its durability, warmth, and breathability.
Here’s how to make one.
Wash your hands.
Wash all of your clothes and accessories with soap and water, and then dry thoroughly.
Heat your hands with a dry towel.
Put the dry towel into a medium-sized saucepan and heat until it’s just boiling, about five minutes.
Remove the hot towel from the heat and let it cool, about 10 minutes.
Put your hands into the heat.
When the heat is on, use your hands to pull the fabric around your fingers and to make small cuts with your fingers.
Use the tips of your fingers to create a hole.
This will allow you to easily stretch the fabric.
Take a damp towel and wipe down your hands and arms with it.
Place the towel in a bowl and let sit for 10 minutes to let it absorb moisture.
Heat the dryer.
Put on the lowest heat setting and add about one-third of the water that was in the saucepan.
Turn the heat down to medium-low and continue to add water.
Continue to heat until the water is boiling.
When it’s boiling, turn the heat up to medium and add more water until it reaches the boiling point.
You may need to turn the water down more slowly, depending on how hot the water gets.
Turn down the heat to medium.
Keep the dry heat on for about 10 to 15 minutes.
If the heat isn’t getting anywhere, turn down the speed to low and keep it there for 10 to 20 minutes.
Turn on the dry, turn off the heat, and repeat.
This is what the finished product looks like.
(The heat is still on, so you’ll have to adjust your style.)
Use a rubber band to secure the garment together.
Once you’ve finished making your polyester shirt, it can be used on your clothes, your bedding, and your home décor.
If you’re shopping for your next polyester suit, look for a one-piece that’s available in a more versatile fabric.
A stretch, long-sleeve or long-breasted suit will allow for an elegant look and is a great option for formal occasions.