How To Wear A Stole As A Kaftaan??

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1.Before you begin, steam or iron your scarves. This will prevent creasing or wrinkling while you’re working on them. 1.Before you begin, steam or iron your scarves. This will prevent creasing or wrinkling while you’re working on them.

1.Before you begin, steam or iron your scarves. This will prevent creasing or wrinkling while you’re working on them.

2.With the right-side up, fold the first (front) scarf in half to locate the center. Insert a pin on the edge of the fabric to serve as a reference point. 2.With the right-side up, fold the first (front) scarf in half to locate the center. Insert a pin on the edge of the fabric to serve as a reference point.

2.With the right-side up, fold the first (front) scarf in half to locate the center. Insert a pin on the edge of the fabric to serve as a reference point.

3.To add a notch on the shoulder, measure 11 inches from the outer edge, and pin it. Repeat both steps with the second (back) scarf. 3.To add a notch on the shoulder, measure 11 inches from the outer edge, and pin it. Repeat both steps with the second (back) scarf.

3.To add a notch on the shoulder, measure 11 inches from the outer edge, and pin it. Repeat both steps with the second (back) scarf.

4.Drape and pin the front scarf over the body form. (Tip: Use the pinned center and shoulder notches as reference points.) 4.Drape and pin the front scarf over the body form. (Tip: Use the pinned center and shoulder notches as reference points.)

4.Drape and pin the front scarf over the body form. (Tip: Use the pinned center and shoulder notches as reference points.)

5.Take the back piece of the scarf dress, join the back shoulder notch overlapping the front shoulder notch, pivot the back at an angle, and secure it with pins. 5.Take the back piece of the scarf dress, join the back shoulder notch overlapping the front shoulder notch, pivot the back at an angle, and secure it with pins.

5.Take the back piece of the scarf dress, join the back shoulder notch overlapping the front shoulder notch, pivot the back at an angle, and secure it with pins.

6.To seal the shoulders, measure and extend at least 2 inches from the pivoted notch and pin it, leaving an opening for the sleeve. Repeat this to the other shoulder. 6.To seal the shoulders, measure and extend at least 2 inches from the pivoted notch and pin it, leaving an opening for the sleeve. Repeat this to the other shoulder.

6.To seal the shoulders, measure and extend at least 2 inches from the pivoted notch and pin it, leaving an opening for the sleeve. Repeat this to the other shoulder.

7.Using the sewing needle and thread (doubled for durability), back-stitch along the edge’s original stitching line to camouflage your handiwork. 7.Using the sewing needle and thread (doubled for durability), back-stitch along the edge’s original stitching line to camouflage your handiwork.

7.Using the sewing needle and thread (doubled for durability), back-stitch along the edge’s original stitching line to camouflage your handiwork.

8.To close the side seam from the waist, start with the wrong sides together, measure 22 inches from the hem, and pin both scarves together. 8.To close the side seam from the waist, start with the wrong sides together, measure 22 inches from the hem, and pin both scarves together.

8.To close the side seam from the waist, start with the wrong sides together, measure 22 inches from the hem, and pin both scarves together.

9.Using your needle and thread, stitch from the hem up under the rolled edgings. 9.Using your needle and thread, stitch from the hem up under the rolled edgings.

9.Using your needle and thread, stitch from the hem up under the rolled edgings.


You can even turn a pair of Printed Scarves Into a Breezy Caftan Dress.
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