How it is possible to sew modern, stylish, warm sarafan on professional patterns easily and quickly
Sarafan is a very versatile thing that you canhow to successfully combine with different blouses or turtlenecks, and wear as an independent outfit. In cool weather, a sundress is sure to come in handy. And if it will be sewn by own hands it becomes one of favorite things of your wardrobe. Do not need to overpay for a warm sundress rabid money, but you can precisely tailor and sew a gorgeous outfit. You can decorate a sundress solely on the basis of your own taste. As a material for a warm sundresssuitable corduroy, fleece or woolen fabric. So, with the cloth decided - we proceed directly to the manufacture of the future sarafan. First we build a pattern of warm sarafan. The simplest pattern of a warm sarafan looks like this: Such a sarafan you can decorate as you want and it looks great with a thin belt. For full ladies, we suggest to build a pattern of warm sundresses: This is a pattern for 52-54 size. By the way, full of ladies warm sarafans are very good. they excellently hide the flaws of the figure. Now we turn to sewing our warm sundress. 1. Cut one part of the gear and the front of the panel from the main and lining material, do the same procedure for the two parts of the backrest and back panel. To ensure that the fabric does not stretch with the help of an iron, attach to each part non-woven fabric. Sew along the side seams of the front and back parts, the field of this presses the allowances. Stitch from the wrong side of the folds to the cloth about 1/3 of the entire length. 4. Sweep the upper sections. Stitch each of the panels as close to the seams as possible and fasten the details to the sides. 5. Connect the skirt and bodice of the product, the allowances should look towards the bodice. Between the back panel and the back part, sew a secret zipper. 7. On top of the sarafan, turned on the wrong side, place the lining, fasten it on the cuts with pins to the neck and shoulder straps of the strapless. At a distance of approximately 50 mm from the zipper, unscrew the lining. And then attach it to the cut at the neck from the back. 8. Stitch the seams along the edge of the straps, armholes and cut the neck. In the corners cut the allowances obliquely as close to the lines as possible. 9. Connect the lining and braid from the zipper. 10. At the edges of the back straps, make hinges, attach them to the front straps and mark where you will sew the buttons. And sew them. Connect the face and the lining along the bottom seam, so that the lining is shorter than the front part by 20 mm. So, our sundress is ready!