There is a burnout knit fabric that I love at the fabric store and I would love to make a pencil skirt from it. The problem is that it is very thin and see-through in the areas where the burnout pattern is.
So my question is, can I use fusible web on fabric to fuse it to a thicker knit fabric to make it more suitable for a skirt? Would it show, or ruin the drape? Is there any way to make this work? Thanks.
If you get the dress to fit properly (you’ll have to make a few toiles) you can just in…
For sewing knit fabric on a sewing machine you can use:
a stretch stitch (see your manu…
thank you for your comment.
The next day I went to sewing class. And it worked out f…
maybe you could look online =)
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