Added Nov 12, 2008
Leeds, United Ki...
I wanted to see how piping worked as I have never made anything with it before. So I used the left over fabric from the maroon dress to make this top and made a small piped area at the neckline. It was a bit of a fiddle especially stitching it onto jersey but it worked out okay. Also can anyone tell me the best way to put in elastic into the sleeve for a puff ball effect??, I tried here but it didn’t work out how i wanted….
Liberty print fabric piping
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