Sewing an All-in-One Facing – Armhole Technique
An all-in-one facing is a facing that finishes a sleeveless dress or top. It is possibly one of the most perplexing sewing challenges that a sewer faces. In this lesson, you will learn a technique that is easy and produces great results.
|3||Stitching, Clipping & Understitching the Facing to the Neckline||1-3|
|4||Pinning the Back Armhole Facing to the Body||1-8|
|5||Sewing the Back Armhole to the Body||1-4|
|6||Pinning the Front Armhole Facing to the Body||1-4|
|7||Sewing the Front Armhole to the Body||1-5|
|8||Trimming & Clipping the Armhole||1-3|
|9||Understitching the Armhole||1-5|
|10||Pressing the All-in-One Facing||1-3|
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MODULE 1 • Lesson Prep
|1||For this lesson I cut one front bodice out of one hundred percent cotton fabric.|
|2||And I cut two pieces for the back.|
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