how to sew a jacket: fusible interlining and first seams

Heyhey,

I hope you are all getting a nice start into the new year! Here are the next steps for the jacket of burda 1/15 that won last months vote. The first steps can be found here.

DSCF6699first I put the side-part and the shoulder and neck parts on fusible interlining. I used it, because my orange fabric is thinner then the dark brown, so I decided to even them out with vlieseline H410

DSCF6700then I ironed it onto the parts, placing some old fabric below

DSCF6701and on top of it, to make sure the fabric or interlining did not get burned

DSCF6702after ironing I pinned them back together with the paper, just to be sure I don’t mix anything up

DSCF6703now I pinned the front parts together

DSCF6711and the front shoulder parts

DSCF6704DSCF6706next the back shoulder parts

DSCF6707and the side parts to the back-part

DSCF6708carefully pinning the waist-markings onto each other

DSCF6709looks like this

DSCF6710and the back facing to the front facings. Then I sewed all pinned seams and ironed the seam allowances apart

DSCF6712so far my jacket looks like this.

I hope this was helpful for you! Let me know if you have any questions!

keep sewing and smiling

your TailorFairy

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