Hey every one! Today we are going to make an awesome scarf using a couple fun sewing techniques like a flat felled seam, and a hem using a rolled hemmer foot. This is a great project for an advanced beginner, its all straight seams but takes a little bit of finesse, and we are using a rayon which is a little bit of a wiggly fabric… But its all fun, and pretty basic I promise! Okay, so what you will need for this project is:
We just received Anna Maria Horner’s newest collection and all of us here at Hart’s fabric are just totally obsessed with it! Once you see it in person you are instantly washed over with an overwhelming sense of inspiration.
Here we are at the end of week two and we have so many amazing garments to show you! Thank you to all the customers that sent in their project photos for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate. Vote for your favorites on our Facebook page.
We hope that you are all enjoying Sew Your Hart Out September so far! We hope you have all got a chance to look at all of the great projects that came trough last week in our post last Friday. If you didn’t, click here… there was some really wonderful projects and they are guaranteed to inspire!
I just finished my first button-down Hawthorne top from Colette Patterns. It is so embarrassing to admit this but, I have actually never made anything that required buttonholes! I have been obsessed with the Hawthorne pattern ever since we sponsored Colette’s Hawthorne contest back in July and was overwhelmed and totally inspired by everyone’s versions of the Hawthorne. Now is the perfect opportunity to make my very own! I made my top out of Anna Maria Horner’s new cotton linen blend in a rose and cheetah print. For the collar, trim and covered buttons I used a red linen.