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Make a vintage inspired half apron with adorable contrasting fabric and rick rack. Adding hand embroidery gives it an extra detail and makes it more charming and unique. Make one for yourself or for a gift.
Learn to sew the raglan sleeve for a fun, casual look for your sweatshirts and t-shirts. The raglan sleeve gives your tops a unique look that can be in a contrast color or the same fabric as the bodice.
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I have a question. I am sewing a dress made of glittery tulle. The bits of […]
sorry about that. attached is an image of the standard layout for jeans. piece 9 is the waistband, 10 is the carrier, 8 is the yoke, 4 and 5 are the fly facing and fly extension, and 3 is the front pocket facing. This layout is for 60″ width fabric but the layout would be similar on 45″, just more spread out to fit. Hope that helps!
Interesting, I actually haven’t seen interfacing used on those types of pockets before so I don’t know what the technical answer is but my instinct tells me that the interfaced pocket should go towards the back of the back of the pants so I would say that you’re right. Usually, the interfaced piece is smaller than its matching fabric piece…[Read more]
Is there a tutorial about laying the jean pattern on the fabric and cutting it out? I feel like there is a skipped step from the 3 part jean pattern tutorial and the assembly. I’m not finding anywhere on this site to help me know how to lay it out.