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Looking For Online Skilled and Experienced Person to Offer All around Fashion Sewing Lessons


I am looking for someone that has experience making clothing and has proof or samples that could manage to teach me online since I am very
busy. Even if you are an ex student at any fashion college I would
appreciate it to be taught any sewing skills. I want to get started on
finally knowing how to sew and make clothing ( dresses, stitch and
sewing patterns, PATTERN MAKING BIG TIME ) I mostly want to learn about
details such as ruffles, pleats,poofy, elegant draping, bows with
volume, wrinkles pressed up against dresses ( if someone know what I
mean ) I will be willing to pay for the lessons :) unless someone is
willing to offer free ones (hehe ) If anyone knows any resources they
could give to get what I am looking for too I would appreciate it. I
want to finally make my art creations into real clothing.



THANK YOU

don't forget to visit my blog :) filled with all my art and fashion art too
www.vhbrigittetrevino.blogspot.com

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No one tell you completely but can give you only some tips. So, you should search online.
I have some tips which i am sharing with you................

Measure your garment’s edge. Cut a knit mesh strip measuring three times the desired width, plus 3/4 inch. Make its length match the garment’s edge or slightly shorter for curved edges.

Fold and press the strip in thirds lengthwise, being careful to press all parts evenly. If the fabric is slippery, baste the layers together down the center.

Pin the band in place on your garment’s edge, with the raw open edge aligned with the neckline edge. Stretch it slightly, as necessary, to make it fit around any curves.

Stitch the band to your garment using your serger, or a similar stitch on your sewing machine.

Turn and press the band in place, pressing the seam allowances toward the garment. Edge-stitch on the garment, or stitch in the ditch, near the seam through all thicknesses to hold the seam allowance in place.

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