Watch and Learn Grasshopper - How to make piping outfits
I woke up this morning thinking that it is a fine day to write about how to make piping at home!
So, what t is a piped bias one may ask… Hmm, think about the boring pillow and cushion covers… Not a very inspiring example isn’t it? :P
Well, let me tell you, by using the right combinations it becomes a very cool sewing technique that turns an ordinary pattern into a chic outfit. And the good part is… it’s quite easy to do!
Some examples of piped bias / piping dresses:
Enjoying world’s biggest art museum with my pop art jacket
While I was visiting one of the biggest art museums in the world, I wanted to have a fashionable outfit appropriate for the venue. Of course I first thought about wearing a high fashion gown, then I had a sinister feeling that I might overdo it and went for a pair of sneakers, jeans and my newly made pop art jacket instead.
With long corridors full of giant oil paintings and rooms full of artifacts, Louvre Museum was serving as a stage for my work-of-art jacket this time.
Sewing Steps for My Super Chic Pencil Skirt!
So, the ones who follow my blog are already familiar with this project. For the ones who have just found it (shame on you by the way! :P) visit these two posts first if you’d like to learn sewing a basic skirt and then style it up by adding simple and hip details:
Watch and Learn Grasshopper - Sewing a Basic Skirt
I’ve been getting queries about how-to steps for sewing skirts. I recently posted a question about which / what type of skirt pattern you’d like to see as a sew-along. But I got a lot of different replies. So I decided to select a very basic skirt pattern to show the sewing steps in this post and surprise you with showing how you can use it for creating various chic skirts later on.
Follow this post for learning to sew a basic skirt and keep an eye on the upcoming posts :)
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Looking for skirt inspirations before starting my next sewing project.
You can visit my Look Book for more lovely fashion photos,. It’s becoming a really cool style reference, both for sewing inspirations and for street fashion :)
Tactics for “Pepluming” Dresses :)
Hello Everyone! I mentioned you about a contest managed by Philips Smart Irons together with BurdaStyle Magazine in Turkey, in my previous post “To Peplum or Not to Peplum?”. Having this in mind, and the unstoppable urge for sewing a peplum dress, left me with no choice for trying out my first peplums!
Any Skirt Posts?
I’ve been receiving questions and demands about sewing basic skirt patterns for some time now. Although I have some patterns in mind, I wanted to get your ideas on which skirt pattern to sew, if you have any.
The post will include step-by-step tutorial on sewing a basic skirt. So, for the ones who’d like to learn more about sewing a stylish skirt, send me the pattern name, number or at least a description on which skirt you’d like to sew for yourself. You can reply below or send me a message privately.
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Collar Me Stylish…
Hello Everyone! I’ve been dying to try styling up my blouses following the new collar craze that I see everywhere. I think it’s a fantastic way to make your boring wardrobe pieces quite hip.
So I wanted to figure out the easiest way to make my own collar pattern that I can easily use on every blouse and I wanted to have a smart casual top for work. Having these two goals in mind, I found an easy to sew pattern from BurdaStyle and started my mission!