To make a bias cut essentially means to cut the pattern piece from the fabric on a 45 degree angle to the straight grain so that the fabric will drape and contour with the shape of the body. To put it simply – the fabric is cut on a diagonal angle rather than along a fold line. Garments such as skirts, dresses, blouses and capes are perfect garments for sewing on the bias to achieve a beautiful drape!
In this free video, the smart folks at TeachMeFashion demonstrate how they create this classic jersey knit top . This top is a perfect addition to any capsule wardrobe! The perfect long sleeve top. Designed with comfort in mind this top is a go-to long-sleeve top for any wardrobe. A full body silhouette that flares out from the waist, … [ Read More at SWN! ]
MimiG has created this wonderful free sewing series for sewing ladies jeans! MimiG designed these jeans for ladies who have curves, and/or who always end up with jeans that leave a gap in the back at the waist. You can sew some jeans that will fit, with a professionally constructed look while following this free … [ Read More at SWN! ]
Today Annika Victoria shows us how easy it really is to sew your own underwear! YOU can sew these ladies briefs out of any lightweight stretchy cotton jersey fabrics. Annika suggests recycling old t-shirts! Subscribe to Annika Victoria’s Youtube Channel. More underwear sewing: Fancy Pants aka Stretch Lace Panties Video: Whitney Sews – Making Underwear From A T-Shirt Photo: Lingerie … [ Read More at SWN! ]
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