I'm about to start working on a new cosplay (APH Hungary - Cardverse version
) and for the most part I know where I'm going with it. The only problem I've encountered is making the edges of the dress look tattered, but not too
tattered, yet still keeping it looking nice (so not where it's going to fray at the ends. Since the dress is long in the back, the last thing I want is to step on it and rip it! Does anyone have tips on how I would make it look tattered at the bottom, yet not have raw fabric edges that would fray?
is the fabric I'm wanting to use - in Hunter and Olive (trust me, the colors look completely different and much nicer in store) but it's stretchy like a knit fabric, so would I have a hard time keeping the structure flowy, yet still sturdy (did that make any sense?) or would it unravel too much at the ends if I tried making it tattered? Or would I be better off using a broadcloth-like fabric?