If you are brand new to garment sewing, try out your wings with this project. Learn how to apply facings, make a simple square sleeve, create a self-belt with belt loops, and get some fussy cutting practice.
A warm-you-up neck cowl can get you through the wicked weather in style. It’s like a mini scarf that buttons around your neck. Ours is smooth flannel on the outside and soft luxury fleece on the inside. Toasty times two!
Make a full length wrap for women and/or a waist wrap for men. Both are bound with eye-catching quilting cotton to add an extra punch of color. Great for yourself or as a snuggly gift. Drying off just got a lot more stylish.
Wrap up in a long swath of softness with our beautiful, diaphanous scarf. Start with a voile, batiste or similar, add a perfectly centered finished seam, then create a line of tiny, twisted floss cords along both ends.
Infinity scarves are a trend that just keeps growing. You can find them in everything from chunky wools to to sheer voiles to this wide wrap in a sparkling knit. Finishes at apx. 86″ x 12” – enough length for a double or triple loop.
Made entirely from soft, smooth flannel, this stunning poncho has the weight and drape of wool but without any of the scratchiness, so it’s perfect to wear around your face and neck. We selected seven amazing herringbone colors.
The “fantail” refers to the unique triangular back on our kimono, which is further accented by a tassel. It would make a wonderful lightweight summer wrap. The instructions also include the matching obi style belt.
Yes, that is an interesting spelling. We used Anna Maria Horner’s gorgeous LOOMinous collection woven with yarn-dyed cotton threads. Check our out roll-and-stitch technique that makes the scarf’s two sides mirror images.
Double layers help eliminate the super-sheerness of standard gauze and give the fabric a bit of extra weight. Our soft shawl wrap takes full advantage of this swathe of softness. Pom accents add a pop of casual whimsy.