Ruffle Collar – Take 2 (and my Blazer)
I sewed two pieces of fabric together using a zigzag stitch to make the collar longer.
I used this mesh fabric as a middle layer to increase the volume of the scarf.
My three stitched together pieces of fabric laid out, ready to be pinned together.
Three layers of fabric pinned together, with mesh in the middle.
Gather material while sewing.
Sewing ends together.
Sewed the ends together.
The finished product.
Completed Ruffle Collar
I only sewed the material together once in the middle. I’m wondering if maybe I should do two more seams on each side to give the collar more structure. Right now it’s looking rather scarfy, which may make it more practical.
The blazer I sewed with my mother over Christmas.
- Blazer – Sewing Project
- Shirt – Toronto Spring Once of a Kind Show
- Jeans – Reitmans
This was my first sewing project on my new machine. I did the pipping by hand. I still need to make the buttonholes and put on the buttons.
Breakfast - Grilled banana and honey sandwich
I love Fabricland remnants.
I got these pieces of stretchy material for $4.50. You can find interesting stuff in the remnant bins. I’m thinking of making a shirt with this material, and I might have enough for a sleeveless dress. The material almost sparkles.
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