To minimize possibly unfulfilled expectations, I describe which features you can expect and which not!
Head: My fursuit heads are not lined inside. Since I work with 3D printing it is very easy to wipe out the head with a damp washcloth after suiting. This advantage would no longer exist, if the head was completely lined with fabric inside. Sweat gets stuck in the fabric and you can’t just wipe it off or wash it out. Therefore, my heads are not lined. A balaclava should definitely be worn underneath, as your own head will touch the foam for padding.
The head fur is 90% mashine sewn. Small, detailed markings will be sewn by hand. The ears are glued to the fursuit head separately. There is a glue seam between the ears and the restof the fur, which you may be able to feel, but is never visible. In the back of the head, a zipper (usually YKK or other brand, no no-name!) is neatly sewn in with bias tape. This ensures a good fit of the head. A fan and or LED electronics can be installed.
Body and Padding: The body is also not lined. The less fabric is between you and the environment, the better. Otherwise you sweat even more. I recommend wearing functional clothing under the body. At the neck, the bodysuit gets a nice bias tape finish so that the fur doesn’t fray. The zipper (mostly YKK or other brand, no no-name!) is sewn in with bias tape, that also no open fur edges remain. The padding is sewn from cotton fabric and filled with siliconized fiber balls. The individual paddings are not sewn into the body, but remain separate, so the body and the padding can be washed individually in the washing machine. Otherwise, the body + padding might be too large for standard washing machines. For the calf padding there is a small pocket that it can not slip out. The thigh padding holds between your thigh and the back of the fur. The body has a hole through which the tail including belt is pushed through. A ring of matching fur is sewn around the hole, creating an invisible transition between the body and tail.
Tail: Each tail has a loop of belt webbing through which quite simply a belt can be pushed to wear the tail comfortably. For smaller tails e.g. rabbit, deer or corgi, it can be sewn to the body. For all other sizes this is not possible, otherwise body + tail might be too big for the washing machine.
Hand paws: My hand paws are also not lined, so you will sweat less. It’s possible to wear thin gloves underneath. The opening of the hand paws is finished with bias tape so that the fur does not fray. Claws are made of resin. Paw pads can be made of silicone or minky fabric.
Feet paws: Feet paws are made on the basis of a shoe. The shoe is pasted with foam to create the paw shape. Then this construction is glued with fur. Inside the foam is visible, that mean no lining! From the outside you see nothing of it. The bottom for outdoor feet paws is made of non-slip shoe sole. With camping or puzzle mats I have only made bad experience, because you quickly slip in the rain. Claws are sewn from Minky, because resin claws break quickly and get lost. The opening of the feet paw fur is also finished with bias tape, so the fur does not fray.
Seams: Sewing is done with a full metal industrial sewing machine. To sew the fake fur a straight stitch is used, which is locked at the beginning and end. Very stressed areas such as under the armpits, crotch or the base of the tail are sewn with a zigzag stitch double or even triple.
If you are interested in a certain feature, please contact me. Many things are possible for an extra charge!