Adding grommets is an optional way to finish the openings for the drawstrings on the Page Hoodie and the Joy Jacket. Buttonholes are another option if you don’t have grommets. Be sure to follow the instructions included with your grommets, but here is a tutorial to help insert them. While this tutorial was created with
Now it’s time to add the hood to your Page Hoodie! If you ever want to try a crew neckline for the Page, you can check out our tutorial on the blog and the free neckband pattern piece in the shop. Let’s finish up your hoodie below. SEW THE MAIN HOOD AND LINING AT THE
In this post we will be hemming the Page. View A has a hem band and View B includes a drawstring casing. SEW THE HEM BAND TO THE BODICE – VIEW A If sewing view A, place the bodice inside the hem tube, aligning the raw edges. Pin the cut edge of the hem band
Now you are ready to attach the sleeves to the bodice. In just a few seams you will have a bodice to try on! SEW SLEEVES TO FRONT BODICE With right sides together, pin the sleeves to the front bodice, matching notches (1 notch for the front pieces). Sew and press sleeve seam allowance towards
You will always be happy that you took the time to prepare before you begin sewing. Read over all of the instructions and make sure you are familiar with the seam allowances and markings. First, we will add the grommets. Find more detailed instructions for inserting grommets in this post: Sewing Tips | Grommet Installation.
We are excited to add the Page Sew Along to our library. Throughout this sew along we will be sewing both views. We hope you will find all the support you need, even if the Pagey is your first garment. We also have community lead sewing support in our Facebook group, or you can email directly for additional support.
There’s almost nothing I love more than planning a project and selecting or shopping for fabrics. Well, except maybe actually completing a project. Putting together these fabric recommendation posts is a joy and I hope you’ll find this one helpful when planning and sewing your own Victory Tank. First things first, grab yourself a copy