I have to be quick, I need an answer before I go to bed in an hour (11.30 UK time).
Interview in the morning and I have a practicle sewing test and may get tested on a bagged out jacket.
I’ve made a miniture jacket, just edge to edge, no facings just to check how the process works.
I’ve left an opening in the side seam of lining but sewn the rest of the lining to the jkt shell including the sleeve hems..is this wrong?
I also tried leaving an opening in the centre bottom of the lining/jacket edge…same.
I turn it through fine but the sleeves turn through as a continous loop, do I have to leave the sleeve edge un-sewn…if so how do I professionaly sewn them closed later?
Please help, can’t find clear simple instructions anywhere!
I would spread the hemline wider then the neckline though as it doesn’t look too gather…
Hi, boning would be good. You have a zip on the side so you only need boning in the sea…
Usually the facings need to be sewn together before the facing is sewn onto the garment…
There’s a burda member here that does that. Her profile is called sassy. it’s a picture…
If you pop up a window to the dress it will be easier to find :)
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