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Sewing Cuffs

Posted by Laura 02/10/2017 0 Comment(s) Sewing,

Here's how you make a cuff that doesn't start widging about when you have worn it for years!

So the technique goes like this: you cut a piece of fabric just like you normally would. You fold it right sides together once lengthwise and once widthwise and sew the raw edge on the side. Then you pull it right sides out, and you have a cuff! After that you can just sew it onto the rest of your sleeve or pant leg! :) The idea is courtesy of Mehukekkerit-blog. It's a Finnish crafting blog. The idea was introduced to me on the always awesome "Käsityöblogit"-Facebook group, where the crafty bloggers live.

Thank you for stopping by, and don't forget to DIY! :)

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