étole transformable

Added Jul 27, 2010

by deptitsriens

Longvilliers, Fr...

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Description

une étole inspirée de l’étole transformable (modèle tricot de la droguerie)

le tuto est disponible sur mon blog: http://deptitsriens.blogspot.com/2010/07/le-tuto-de-letole-so-chic.html
The tutorial is online on my blog: http://deptitsriens.blogspot.com/2010/07/le-tuto-de-letole-so-chic.html

Material Notes

tissu coton velours milleraies
8 boutons

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

Season
Spring, Fall
For
Women
Garment Type
Accessories
Style
Mod
Material
Cotton, Velvet

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    Aug 8, 2010, 12.44 AMby smurfette2010

    Love this! I have a question, by pricking, do you mean hand prick stitch around the entire stole?

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      Aug 8, 2010, 02.43 PMby deptitsriens

      thanks. my English is not very good… I hope this is the right answer: I pick with my sewing machine with a simple straight stitch all the way.

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      Aug 8, 2010, 11.54 PMby smurfette2010

      Thanks, yes, I understand then, the picture makes sense now, thanks! I will post mine when I’m done!

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    Jul 30, 2010, 02.42 PMby Marcela Maldonado

    I love that it is so functional!

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    Jul 29, 2010, 12.15 AMby nessys

    I love this – it is wonderful and so very French – classic, clean, chic and creative.

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    Jul 28, 2010, 01.14 AMby asako

    Absolutely ADORE your creation!!! PLEASE PLEASE upload your pattern…..

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      Jul 28, 2010, 12.06 PMby sade-

      It’s a simple rectangle. Length is the distance from wrist to wrist (plus hem allowance), and width is approx neck to waist distance (plus seam allowance). Hem or finish the edges. Then you measure wrist to underarm (minus maybe 10cm) and place 4 buttons & buttonholes evenly. The trick is to place on each long side four buttonholes and four buttons, and on the other long side the corresponding buttons and buttonholes. Assuming horizontal is the long side, and o is a button and – a buttonhole, it’d look sort of like:

      o o o o ……………. – – – -

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      – – – – …………… o o o o

      (the dots are just to space the buttons & buttonholes)

      And then the whole art is in how you button it up!

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      Jul 28, 2010, 03.29 PMby deptitsriens

      thank you for your comment. The tutorial is online on my blog:
      http://deptitsriens.blogspot.com/2010/07/le-tuto-de-letole-so-chic.html
      send me a picture if you realize it.

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      Jul 29, 2010, 07.34 PMby asako

      Hi, thank you so so much for replying, I couldn’t guess that it could be so simple, and am delighted!

      I now only need to chose the best fabric for it, not only one but two or more…..;-)

      Thanks a lot!

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    Jul 27, 2010, 09.58 AMby nikotina

    i love the simplicity ,its very clean and precise design ,and yet, so chic

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    Jul 27, 2010, 09.36 AMby holasoylulu

    that is so original and cool! ove it!!

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    Jul 27, 2010, 07.35 AMby laura oprea

    Très bonne idée!

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