as promised yesterday the next steps for the jacket #106 burda 8/15. You can check back on the pattern here. By the way thanks for the vote, the clear winner was turquoise with some print parts. At the end of this post you can design this jacket again and help me pick the better look!
I placed all required parts on the print fabric, shoulder parts, pocket and sleeve-button-facing, and I also placed the centre front part on there, because it is the same as the facing I will need this part cut twice
then I pinned them all in place according to the grain, and the sleeve-button facing twice.
then I cut them all and cut into the seam allowance at the markings
now I placed the other parts and the centre front on the turquoise corduroy, pinned according to grain and cut
well I have two possibilities now, I could sew it together like this, with the print inside as the facing and just showing at the top where folded
or like this, with the print outside and turquoise as the facing showing at the collar.
What version do you prefer?
Do you like my print? You can order your own here.
Do you have any questions about this project so far? Do not hesitate to ask!
keep sewing and smiling
I love the print!
thank you, its my own design 🙂
Wow!!! Love it!
thank you 🙂 if you have a project in mind you can order it at spoonflower (the link is in the post.)
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Have to agree, the print is lovely!
I love the well detailed process in this post.
Thanks for sharing 🙂
you are very welcome, glad you like it!
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