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Peplum Cardigan

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peplum cardigan A.C. style

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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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Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Whimsical, Cute, Classic, Funky
BiAnCa S on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Mccalls 6844, Jersey Cotton, button and craft thread. You can read about my making this on my blog thanksimadethem@blogspot.com.

BiAnCa S on craftsy.com

Lovely! I really like the swing in the back!

11/18/2013 Flag

thank you!

11/24/2013 Flag

Beautiful pattern. So much more attractive that the one on the pattern itself

11/27/2013 Flag

Thank you. It is my go to cardigan lately. I plan to make another in a more neutral color.

11/29/2013 Flag

Beautiful work and you look lovely in your jacket!

02/26/2014 Flag

Thank you!

02/28/2014 Flag

That looks SUPER, can I ask how long you have been sewing? Love the color too!

09/23/2014 Flag

Thank you! I grew up around sewing, but did not get passionate about it until about 5 years ago.

09/28/2014 Flag

Great job! You are a natural at this. Hey, I'm living in England but I'm from Friendswood and will be visiting there soon. I need to buy my supplies there because I can't find them here. Do you get your supplies locally, and if so, where may I ask? I love your style!

11/07/2014 Flag

Thanks! Small world :) I buy my supplies from the local fabric stores, Joann's, Hancock, Hobby Lobby. I make my stencils and bought my airbrush online. For double layer garments, I usually source the fabric from jersey sheet sets. For single layer pieces, I splurge on mid-weight jersey from Fabric.com. If you go to my blog (thanksimadethem@blogspot.com) you will get more details about my projects. You can search "hand-sewing" and see all of them.

11/15/2014 Flag