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Maxi and wrap for my daughter

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Hand-Embellishing Knit Fabric: Stenciling, Appliqué, Beading and Embroidery taught by Natalie Chanin

Designer Natalie Chanin will show you how to hand-sew appliqué and add artistic stencils and stitches to turn a Vogue coat pattern (included free!) into a work of art.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Petite, Women
Style Romantic, Eco-Friendly, Classic
kjano571001270 on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Cotton fabric, button craft thread and white createx paint, hand made anna's garden stencil, peasant dress pattern from Alabama Studio Sewing and Design book.

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What are you most proud of? The fit of the dress and how wearable it is. The wrap took a long time to complete but I really loved how it turned out. I made this outfit for my daughters 20th birthday, but I have borrowed her wrap a couple of times. ; - )

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? This type of construction is so relaxing to do and the final product is so self satisfying. Take your time and enjoy the process.

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Beautiful work! Great color choices.

09/11/2014 Flag

Can you help me ... how much fabric did you need for the ruffles on the tied wrap? Thanks

10/25/2014 Flag

Hi Nixixi, I used approx. 3/4 of a yard. Your yardage will depend on how wide you make your ruffles and how much you ruffle. I had 47 strips at a 1/2 width. I cut my strips on the cross grain and left the length so I was not limited to the number of ruffles I wanted to add. I love your jacket you made with the facets pattern. Did you use paint on that piece?

10/25/2014 Flag

Thanks so much for the detail - that helps enormously. No, I didn't use paint as I still haven't mastered applying the paint. I used a white disappearing marker pen from Clover. On lighter fabrics I have been using Pilit Frixion pens which, like the white marker can be removed with a hot iron hovering over the fabric.

10/27/2014 Flag

that's beautiful great work

03/25/2015 Flag

I don't know who is more gorgeous, your daughter or your work!

08/28/2015 Flag

Thank you : - ) I have to say my daughter, both inside and out.

08/28/2015 Flag