I have a fun new class to share with you! It’s called the Pieced Bias Scarf, and I’ll show you a simple way to make a bias scarf that’s either one piece of fabric or pieced out a number of coordinating fabrics.
Bias scarves are a wonderful way to dress up an outfit for any occasion! 🙂
We will start with a rectangle of fabric, make a special little fold, sew on the straight of grain, and end up with a beautiful drapable bias scarf. All you need is some fabric, thread, and a sewing machine that does a straight stitch.
Find out more about the class here:
Here’s the supply list:
- Fabric for scarf — it needs to be woven fabric not knit, and needs some drape. I recommend rayon, silk, linen, and soft cottons. Poly is good if it’s drapable and woven. No knits, and no stretch wovens (with spandex in them).
- A piece
- Thread to match
- Machine in good working condition
- Basic sewing supplies
It’s a thirty-minute class where I show you exactly how to craft a new scarf either from a whole piece of fabric, or pieced from your own favorites. I’d love for you to enroll because I think it’ll be a great way to relax and learn a new technique!
Consider taking this class, because I think it’ll be a fun and creative way to spice up your wardrobe for 2021, I can’t wait to see you there! Here’s the link with all the details.