Skills Basic tika:
- straight stitch on a machine
- hand embroidery
Hanga i te wahi kotahi o te papanga, tenei runga ko te kaupapa ngahau, me te ngāwari, me te taea e koe te tiki rite auaha rite e hiahia ana koe ki te dandelions whakairo.
You will need:
1m x 1m fabric
40xm fabric for lining
1.2m bra strap elastic or bias strips
bra rings and sliders (2 each)
40cm lightweight interfacing
Download comes complete with printing instructions, full colour tutorial, sewing advice sheets as well as the PDF pattern.
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Rahinga / inenga oti:
- 4 / 6/ 8/ 10 / 12 / 14/ 16 / 18
- 1m x 1m fabric for main garment
- 40cm fabric for lining
- 40cm interfacing
- 1.2m bra strap elastic or bias strips to make straps
- bra rings and sliders (two each)
- embroidery thread
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mai tauira ano te tuhinga PDF copyshop fullscale e taea te tā i runga i tetahi pepa rahi mā te whakamahi i Adobe Reader ki pānui tā. Hoki e wātea ana pakaru ki runga ki ngā whārangi A4. E nga whārangi A4 motuhake tau whārangi me tohu ki te āwhina hāngai koe ia whārangi tika i muri tā.
Koa tiro i te Tohutohu Tā ki te kitea i roto i te pehea, ki te tika tā koutou tauira ki te āwhatatia.
rahi Copyshop: 35cm x 24cm / whārangi A4: 2 / US Letter: 2
Me mōhio e tikiake tauira katoa he i roto i te reo Ingarihi, however you may view the tutorial here in your chosen language by selecting “WHAKAMĀORI” in the upper right of any page and selecting your preferred language.
Aihere tauera Top
Cut out the facing pieces and apply the interfacing.
Pin and stitch the two facing pieces right sides together along the side seam. Finish with an overlocker or zigzag stitch.
Create two bra straps following the bra strap tutorial.
Take your piece of fabric and fold in half, then in half again. Mark the correct measurement for the facing on the folds. The neckline measurement is placed along the shorter edge, the armhole measurement on the longer edge.
SIZE Neckline Armhole
4 14cm 20cm
6 14cm 20cm
8 15cm 20cm
10 15.5cm 21cm
12 16cm 21cm
14 16.5 22cm
16 17cm 22cm
18 17.5 22.5
Finish the facing lower edge.
Pin the facing to the main garment fabric, right sides together aligning the points.
Insert the bra straps into the correct points.
Stitch the facing to the main garment fabric.
Backstitch over the bra straps to secure.
Trim and clip the seam allowance.
Turn facing right sides out and pin carefully rolling the seam out so it is equal.
Use prick stitch to secure the facing in place.
Use a roll hem or overlocker stitch to finish the garment hem.
Trace the dandelion details onto tissue paper and place on the garment. Pin in place and use your preferred embroidery stitch to stitch straight through the paper and the garment. Once complete, carefully tear the tissue paper away. Repeat this as many times as you like!
Anake takiuru i roto i kiritaki nei kua hokona i tenei hua kia waiho te arotake.