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pattern for the lower layer of the cape

pattern for the lower layer of the cape

How to Store Interfacing So You Don't Ruin It! This simple, inexpensive storage solution makes sure that your interfacing stays wrinkle free... especially important for fusible. Click through to see it on Super Mom - No Cape!

How to Store Interfacing So You Don't Ruin It! This simple, inexpensive storage solution makes sure that your interfacing stays wrinkle free. especially important for fusible. Click through to see it on Super Mom - No Cape!

Outerwear :: Dark Edge Hooded Poncho Cap This would make me feel like Raven from Teen Titans.

Outerwear :: Dark Edge Hooded Poncho Cape-Coat 31 - Mens Fashion Clothing For An Attractive Guy Look

Cape styled garments have been hitting the red carpet for some time now but finally designers and retailers are making wearable (and affordable) capes for the everyday woman. This ultra versatile, uber chic garment can be transformed and styled so many different ways. I love when I can find clothing that is a statement piece …

Cape styled garments have been hitting the red carpet for some time now but finally designers and retailers are…

Fall 2016 Ready-to-Wear Trussardi

Trussardi Fall 2016 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show

How to change a Pattern

How to Make a Sewing Pattern Bigger (or smaller) - Pattern Grading

How to Make a Sewing Pattern Bigger (or smaller) - Pattern Grading - Melly Sews

The black lace top was made with bias binding for finishing the raw edges at sleeve opening. This top only looks difficult to make when worn on the body, but as you can see in the flat garment picture,

Pattern Free Blouse #3

Reville & Rossiter Ltd. cashmere and velvet cloak with silk taffeta lining, c. 1912 #cape #Edwardian

1910 Black Chiffon & Lace Shirt Waist

Reville & Rossiter Ltd. cashmere and velvet cloak with silk taffeta lining, circa 1912 cape coat cream black era edwardian

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Cape styled garments have been hitting the red carpet for some time now but finally designers and retailers are…

MAKING A CHANEL SUIT INTERFACING The next step, before quilting the lining to the jacket fabric, is interfacing the neck and front opening. Taking the time to look at the development of the Chanel suit, I could see she wanted to bring the comfort and hang of the first jackets she made out of Jersey. A cardigan “feel and hang” is what she was after. Keeping this in mind, I cut the interfacing on the bias for the front and a bias stripe for the back neckline.

The next step, before quilting the lining to the jacket fabric, is interfacing the neck and front opening. Taking the time to look at the de.

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