Sewing Shirt Collars
Fine Art Collection gorgeous white Shirt with blue butterfly wing collar and cuff design
FineArt Collection. White shirt with blue butterfly collar and cuff, the collar and cuff part is designed as butterfly wings. Its great to match with high waist pants or skirt. In cold season, it also goes well with coat. The butterfly collar part will give your coat a unique look. Fabric: 60% cotton+40% polyester Therere 3 sizes available, heres the measurement in cm: Length/shoulder/chest/sleeves S 63/37/88/65 M 64/38/92/66 L 65/39/9...
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Fine Art Collection. Therere spring green leaves painting in collar and cuff part, every piece is printed by hand work. You can look at the printed painting detail in the photo. Fabric: 60% cotton+40% polyester Three sizes available. Heree the measurement in cm: Shirt Shoulder/Chest/Length/Sleeve
Such an Inspiring and Exquisite Satin-Stitch | Журнал Ярмарки Мастеров
Often we see embroidery stitch in pictures or everyday life and do not attach it much importance. Have you ever seen your grandmother's old napkins and tablecloths? The surface may be very different, airy and delicate, and we'll let you find it out for sure. Especially when made for clothes, this light-like satin surface adds charm and certain romance to your outfit, emphasizes your femininity.
Sew the Perfect Collar Point
Sew the Perfect Collar Point - YouTube. Notes: Sew over a thread to pull out corner. Trim side edge of underside of collar to cause seam to “favor” underside. Turn point with a thread. Practice on scraps. Trim point so edges butt each other when turned right side out. Fold seam allowances over each other at point turning so they stay flat. myb
287 - Men's Shirt - Shirt Collar (1/7) - Interfacing Collar
287 - Men's Shirt - Shirt Collar (1/7) - Interfacing Collar - YouTube. Notes: Sew in interfacing. Glue (washable) interfacing, not in seam allowances, to stop movement when sewing. An interfaced under collar may be quilted. Collar favoring to form rolls. myb
sewing a collar: a different order
sewing a collar: a different order. Note: Back stand is sewn on separately, first. Then the collar can be constructed to be shorter than the entire neckline so the front opening overlap does not include the collar. The edges of the finished collar meet when the front is lapped for closure. myb