DIY stretch velvet flounce sleeve top | FREE pattern ep17 | Zoe diy

DIY stretch velvet flounce sleeve top 
 FREE pattern ep17 | Zoe diy
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    Fabric:  stretch velvet about 1 - 1.5m
Coordinating thread
Universal ball point sewing needle
Sewing machine
Download and print the pattern, piece together then trace the pattern pieces and cut out. Re-measure the neck, chest, waist, hips and the length of the sewing pattern before cutting on your fabric.

Sewing guidelines: use 1.2cm seam allowance. seam allowances are included in the pattern pieces
Press all seams. Finish all exposed seams by serging, sewing with a zig zag stitch or trimming with pinking shears to prevent fraying.

Prewash and dry your fabric

Assembly all step to sew

Step1: With right sides together (RST) align the dart leg markings and sew together. Start at the base of the dart and sew to the tip. Your last stitch should go right off the edge of the fabric. Instead of backstitching tie your thread tails in a double knot.

Step2: Place the front and back top pattern pieces right sides together. Pin and sew shoulder seams, using a 1/2-inch seam allowance. 
Step3: Fold the neckline 1/2 inch towards the wrong side and press. Pin around and sew, using a double needle, zigzag stitch, or stretch stitch. 
Step4: Flip the sleeve over so that it is now right sides together with the top. Pin the top center curve of the sleeve to the shoulder seam. Continue pinning the sleeve curve to the armscye along both sides until you reach the ends. Sew using a straight stitch, serger, or stretch stitch. Repeat for the other sleeve, and clip seam allowances.
Step5: With RST sew up the sleeve inseam and shirt side seam.
*Tip: Now is a great time to try the shirt on and adjust if you prefer a slimmer fit. It's also a good time to check the length.

Step6:  For bottom an asymmetrical sleeve, one side should be shorter than the other – determine how long you want both sides to be, add seam allowance, and record those numbers.
Based on your sleeve length for the longer side, cut your fabric so that it is double that length. Fold your fabric in half so that the selvages meet up. Fold again, so that the top and bottom meet.
 Cut an arc around the bottom edge of the fabric, creating a large circle.
 Keeping the fabric folds in place, gently shift one side of the arc up, so that it is shorter than the other.  With the fabric folds shifted, cut out the smaller circle radius 
When unfolded, you should now have a large circle sleeve, with one side that hangs longer than the other.

Step7: Slip arc over sleeve, right sides together, matching up all raw edges. Make sure when you are pinning that the asymmetrical arc is exactly where you want the length to be. Sew around, using a stretch friendly stitch.
Step8: Lastly, fold strap right side together. Pin and sew. Turn right side out. Then place strap with top. Pin and sew. We are done!

We are done!

 #zoediy, #sewingpattern #flouncesleeve
  #zoediy, #sewingpattern #flouncesleeve
  #zoediy, #sewingpattern #flouncesleeve

 #zoediy, #sewingpattern #flouncesleeve

Choosing your size: measure your bust, waist and hip and choose the corresponding size from the box size (XS-XXL)
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