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Fun for S&M beginners and kinky fantasy play
I've been curious about S&M for a while and figured I'd make some beginner's stuff to play with ;)

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  • How to make a choker necklace. Soft Kinky Collar - Step 1
    Step 1

    Sketch out general shape on scrap or extra material

  • How to make a choker necklace. Soft Kinky Collar - Step 2
    Step 2

    Cut it out and test the fit and how it lays on your neck. Alter it if needed. Then use the cut-out as a stencil for the real one.

  • How to make a choker necklace. Soft Kinky Collar - Step 3
    Step 3

    Once you have traced the shape onto the inside of your fabric of choice, add about a centimeter of space on all sides. This will be your hem line to prevent your fabric from falling apart.

  • How to make a choker necklace. Soft Kinky Collar - Step 4
    Step 4

    Cut out the collar and be sure to leave plenty of extra material to wrap around the back, you can trim it later.

  • How to make a choker necklace. Soft Kinky Collar - Step 5
    Step 5

    Fold over the hem and hand sew or run it through a sewing machine. If you are adding the ring, figure out now how you want it to hang.

  • How to make a choker necklace. Soft Kinky Collar - Step 6
    Step 6

    I had an old watch from when I was a child laying around, so I stole the clasp from it to use on the back of my collar. These can also be purchased, I just didn't want to go get a new one.

  • How to make a choker necklace. Soft Kinky Collar - Step 7
    Step 7

    Now the clasp is attached, holes for the belt clasp are punctured on the other side of the collar, and I did a little embroidery on the front to cover the stitches from sewing material around the metal ring.

  • How to make a choker necklace. Soft Kinky Collar - Step 8
    Step 8

    And there you have it!

    If a strong material is used, this should hold up against any chained-up fun you have in mind!

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