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Fractured Bargello Jacket
Unzip the zipper so there are two pieces. Pin one side of the zipper in place. Start pinning at the bottom of one side of the sweatshirt. Fold the edge of the sweatshirt under so the raw edge will not be visible from the inside of the sweatshirt, put the zipper in place lining up the bottom of the zipper with the bottom of the sweatshirt. Pin one side of the zipper in place all the way to the top. If the zipper is longer than the sweatshirt, carefully line up the top of the sweatshirt with the zipper and trim it.
Be sure to leave an extra half-inch on that end of the zipper. Pin the second side of the zipper to the other side of the sweatshirt. Carefully zip them together to ensure they are aligned. Sew in one side of the zipper. Sew from the front of the sweatshirt using top-stitch stitching. Sew one side of the zipper in place with the zipper foot close to the folded fabric sewing from bottom to top.
Make sure there is enough turned under fabric that the sewing thread will catch to ensure there are no gaps. When you get to the top, then backstitch to seal the threads. Sew in the second side of the zipper. You need to get enough to cut out the pictured circle print for all four 27" boarders. The fabrics used in this Oriental Mandala Wall Hanging are: The boarders are Timeless Treasurers, Gold Swirl. Fabrics for the Turquoise Jacket can be ordered at: Fractured Bargello Jacket Featured Pattern.
Meet Nanette Weaver The Designer. Patterns By Nanette's Quilts Patterns. To order your pattern, see Ordering and Contact Information on the left bar. Wholesale prices are available for retail outlets. Contact me at nanettesquilts comcast. A great addition to the pattern, it talks about fabric selection and takes you through the construction steps of the jacket just like you are taking a class! Great for stores to purchase to advertise the pattern and a great teachers tool for learning how to teach this jacket to a class.
A Mandala is a circular symbol with a definite center representing the spiritual force in our lives. Mandalas are mystical, magical circles throughout many western cultures. To Native Americans, it is a medicine wheel thought to correct imbalances in life cycles thus curing illness and changing misfortune into luck.
Making a mandala is believed to be a way of achieving wholeness and centeredness. In making this one, may you find balance in your life and may its beauty enrich your spirit. The fabrics used in this Aztec Sun Mandala Wallhanging are: Fitting Instructions for Sweatshirt based Jackets. Ordering and Contact Info. Send Check's and Money Orders to: Or Credit Card orders are accepted through PayPal.
Just go to and make a payment to nanettesquilts comcast. You must have a paypal account to do this. Then place your order with me via email at nanettesquilts comcast. Be sure to include your complete mailing address. If you have any questions please email me at nanettesquilts comcast. I first learned to quilt at the age of 10 as a Girl Scout. Each girl in my troop made a block for a quilt that was given to charity and that earned us community service credit towards advancement.
That was the beginning of a love of sewing and a passion for fabrics. In high school, I sewed most of my own clothes to stretch my purchasing power and to make one of a kind outfits that no one else had! I returned to quilting in when my husband and I purchased our new home and I set about decorating it.
I made quilts for our bed and quilts for our sons: Along the way, I made quilts for every baby shower my friends had and my niece and nephews had.
I made wall hangings for wedding presents, anniversaries and Christmas presents. I lovingly did all my own piecing and quilting on my Viking As my quilting and piecing skills grew, I began changing the patterns that I bought and made them my way. The thrill of designing my own quilts took hold of me and started me in a new direction.
I sold quilted art in an art and craft show. To check out the store go to www. With the encouragement of my boss, Doni Houghtaling, I started my own pattern business in July and launched my first pattern, the Fractured Bargello Jacket. I have several new patterns in the making and hundreds of ideas for more. If only I can find the time! I was thrilled and quickly agreed. Kaye Wood is a lovely woman and was very easy to work with. Her years of experience on camera showed and she took us through the filming with ease.
Her staff was very helpful and gracious. Copies of the show on DVD are for sale on this web site. To learn more about Kaye Wood, go to www. The girls are 10 years old, just like I was when I learned to quilt. The girls embellished the houses with lace, buttons and embroidery.
Use our sewing patterns to create a beautiful sweatshirt jacket that will keep you warm and stylish throughout the winter months. Whether you're going out for a quick trip to the grocery store or a holiday party, you'll love wearing your sweatshirt jacket that you made all by yourself. 3. Throw your sweatshirt in the washer and then the dryer to set the dye. 4. Fold the dry sweatshirt in half. Then, cut straight through the middle of the front of the shirt. And just like that, the sweatshirt turns into a jacket! Don’t forget to only cut through the top layer of the sweatshirt. 🧥 BUTTERICK # - LADIES. POCKET SWEATSHIRT JACKET or HOODIE. JACKET S EWING PATTERN. The patterns envelope is in GOOD. on the front cover. condition with wear and wrinkling on the cover and s.