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Faux Mink Stoles - Bridal Party

Added Jan 19, 2013

by C Ward

United States






I was tasked to produce mock 1930’s faux mink stoles for my sister’s bridal party.
The event took place at a Victorian home and to complete the theme my sister desired stoles for some of the pictures. Volunteering myself, as the good maid of honor I was, I took this project on; with her consultation on fur choice and lining, we completed the entire production in 3 days. I did all the major construction while she ironed and made all the puffs. ^.~

We asked each girl to send us their measurements, around their shoulders to bust, and adjusted each pattern in the back as directed.

Material Notes

We chose to use faux mink black fur and because my sister insisted on using a silk paisley for the lining I had to apply a medium weight interfacing to stiffen it up for shape.




Garment Type
Bridal, Evening Wear, Vintage
Leather/Fur, Other, Velvet



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    Feb 26, 2013, 10.18 AMby VeraVenus

    The girls look really terrific, so glam! Thank you so much for showing the pictures. I’m very glad you liked the pattern!

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      Feb 27, 2013, 05.20 PMby C Ward

      Thanks again for having it available. It was the very best one I came across.

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    Feb 25, 2013, 06.26 PMby EdelweissPatterns

    Lovely! You did a gorgeous job, and it’s so neat that we can now recreate such glamorous “fur” stoles that would have been outrageously expensive 80 years ago!

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      Feb 27, 2013, 05.20 PMby C Ward

      Thanks so much! It was a really fun project, also the cost we saved from even buying ready made ones today was significant.

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    Feb 25, 2013, 03.25 PMby Mary Athey

    You did a smashing job. They’re fab!!,the.photos are lovely as well x

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      Feb 25, 2013, 03.47 PMby C Ward

      Thanks so much for the compliment! It’s a lovely pattern, we were so pleased with the results.

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