Fringe Sew Along | Sew Pockets and Skirt Side Seams

At this point, your bodice should be sewn and we’re ready to stitch up the pockets (optional) and skirt of your Fringe blouse or dress. SEW THE SIDE SEAMS WITH NO POCKETS If omitting skirt pockets or sewing the blouse, sew the side seams right sides together. Finish and press to the back. Skip to

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Fringe Sew Along | Attach the Sleeves/Cuffs and Sew the Side Seams

We’re almost finished with the bodice portion of the Fringe. The sleeve and cuff options are interchangeable for both views. If sewing View B, skip all View A instructions below. SEW THE SLEEVE TABS – VIEW A With right sides together, fold the tabs in half at the fold line. Reduce the stitch length to

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Fringe Sew Along | Sew Shoulder Seams and Attach Facings

Let’s continue construction on your Fringe bodice with shoulder seams and facings for both Fringe views and the Mini Fringe (with a bodice lining). SEW THE SHOULDER SEAMS Before you attach your facings, you’ll need to sew the shoulder seams. With right sides together, sew the shoulder seams, matching the shoulder notches. The shoulder notches

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Fringe Sew Along | Prepare Facings and Sew Darts

Now that pieces have been prepared and cut, it’s time to begin sewing. We’ll start with the facings and bodice darts. SEW THE CENTER FRONT BODCE SEAM FOR VIEW B This step is for View B only. With right sides together, sew center front bodice seam and press seam open. SEW THE FACINGS AT THE

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Fringe Sew Along | Getting Started

The Fringe is one of our most popular patterns, and we’re thrilled to bring you more support in your creative endeavor with the Fringe Sew Along. Throughout this sew along, we will be sewing Fringe View A. We will also be sewing the View B bodice for the Fringe & Mini Fringe since the construction

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Wren Sew Along | Sew Dress Skirt & Hem

This is the last step before you can wear your Wren dress! Sew the Ruffle Side Seams With the right sides together, sew the ruffle side seams. Finish and press to the back. Gather the Ruffle Change your stitch length to the longest possible length. Sew two parallel baste stitch lines. Make sure not to

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