Part Eight of the Fifteen Part series about making your own Little Black Dress with Angela Wolf!
This episode is all about Using Your Lining as a Facing!Machine used: PQ1500SLPRW
In this episode, Angela discusses how to add a Lining instead of a Facing including:
- Adding a lining even when your pattern calls for only a facing
- Trimming a neckline before you sew
- Use of twill tape
Watch Video[youtube id="YCGZOoWOeY8"] Over the next 7 weeks, Angela will continue to help us on our journey, building our Little Black Dress making skills including tips and discussions of hems, sleeves and more! Stop by next Tuesday for the next chapter! Have you made anything with tips or techniques from this Little Black Dress series? Be sure to tag us on Facebook
at #StitchingSewcial and @BrotherSews so we can see what you've been up to! We love hearing from you, so don't hesitate to leave a comment! This originally broadcast as part of Series 600 of It's Sew Easy TV.
Stop by their website for more on this full season of It's Sew Easy TV.
Have you missed any episodes?Episode 1 - Fabric Choices, Silhouettes, Darts
Episode 2 - Notions, French Seams & Pressing
Episode 3 - Three Seam Finishes
Episode 4 - All About Princess Seams
Episode 5 – Altering the Neckline
Episode 6 - Pockets - Bonus Segment
Episode 7 - Scooped Necklines & Easing Curves
Episode 9 - Necklines, Collars & Bias Tape
Episode 10 - Attaching Your Bodice
Episode 11 - Inserting an Invisible Zipper
Episode 12 - Adding Sleeves to a Dress
Episode 13 - Attaching Lining at Armhole – Bonus Segment
Episode 14 - Finishing the Back Vent
Episode 15 - Hemming Your Dress
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