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Saturday, December 1, 2012
When Both Sides of a Fabric Look Great!
I've had this beautiful piece of wool yardage for a number of years. It was difficult to choose which side of the fabric I liked best, so I decided to use both sides to make a tunic length vest.
The side of the fabric with the cream ovals looked best next to my face, so I cut the vest planning that side for the collar. I made a bias band to finish all of the garment edges.
The selvedges of the fabric were interesting, so I used them at the center back seam.
This is an easy and fun way to use a double sided fabric!
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