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An alternative method for applying interfacing

An alternative method for applying interfacing

Online Class + PDF Sewing Pattern

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You’ll usually be instructed to finish the exposed edge of an interfaced facing with an overlocker or zigzag stitch to stop things from fraying. However there is another method that can give you an even neater finish!

By sewing your interfacing (whether iron-on or sew-in) to your fabric, you end up with a smooth seamed edge to your facing that’ll be very satisfying to see on the inside of your garment!

Sewing Level

The Penny Dress is a Confident Beginner sewing pattern

Is there a pattern included in this online class?

Intro to Pattern Hacking includes the PDF pattern for the Giselle Dress, which is available in sizes 6-30.

You can find out more about the Giselle Dress here.

What will you learn?

Need a helping hand with your Penny Dress? Watch Part 1 and Part 2 of our Penny Dress sewalongs over on ourYouTube channel.

We've also created in in-depth tutorial for the button placket over on the blog!

How long is the class?

Incredibly versatile, the Penny Dress can be sewn in a huge range of woven fabrics. If you're a beginner we recommend choosing a cotton lawn, seersucker or linen, whilst intermediate stitchers can have fun with drape, with rayon, viscose and lightweight crepes. With minimal interruptions on the bodice and skirt, there's lots of scope to make a statement with a bold print for a trendy summer look.

How long will I be able to access the class?

If you purchase this class outright you'll have access to it forever. If you choose to subscribe, then you'll have access to the class as long as your subscription is active.

Should I buy this class or subscribe to Stitch School?

If you'd like to have access to this class forever, and don't want to watch the other resources on Stitch School then it will be better to buy this class.

If you'd like to have access to the over 200 online classes and tutorials that are available on Stitch School for only £15 per month then it's more cost effective to subscribe.

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