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Sequin running vest

Added Apr 17, 2012

by squirrellypoo

London, United K...

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Description

I drafted the basic knit bodice block from Metric Pattern Cutting, and then altered it into a snazzy new running singlet. The hardest part by far was attaching the binding. I bought a binder attachment for my coverstitch machine, but there’s such a high learning curve that I must’ve gone through 50 feet of test binding before I was getting good results! But now I’ve got the practice in, there’s no stopping me!

For more info plus a better view of the matching leggings see FehrTrade.com!

Material Notes

All fabrics from my stash! Ex-Prada trompe l’oeil sequin print jersey, dark turquoise “silk touch” lycra, and purple Suziplex for the binding.

Difficulty

Intermediate

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer
For
Women
Garment Type
Tanks/T’s
Style
Casual, Other
Material
Knits/Jersey, Lace/Sequins

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    Apr 19, 2012, 07.21 AMby sew4my3

    Okay, you are so dressing up exercising by using sequin fabric, that now I’m going to have to do the same. LOL

    What a cute design and needless to say awesome fabrics! I totally understand the struggle with the binding and the time to get it just right. Well done!

    Happy sewing!

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      Apr 19, 2012, 11.33 AMby squirrellypoo

      Thanks so much! I just loved that trompe l’oiel sequin fabric so much that I couldn’t throw away even such a small piece. I try to glam up running gear as much as I can – stretch lace is my other trick. ;)

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