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Video: Manuel’s Piped Pockets

Oct 24, 2008

Gary Junken

with Manuel
An Online Extra to Threads #103

Manuel, clothier to the stars, includes piping in almost all his creations. He makes the piping from 1-inch strips of suiting fabric cut on the cross-grain, wrapped and stitched around cotton cord. This video demonstrates the process utilized by seamstress Maria Perez to make piped pockets for the fashions in Manuel’s Nashville, Tennessee, shop.

For a complete profile and step-by-step instructions for making the piped pockets, read “Meet Manuel, King of the Cowboy’s Closet,” in the October/November 2002 issue of Threads (#103).

For another glimpse into Manuel’s shop, watch the video Manuel’s Free-Motion Embroidery Techniques.

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  1. Creativenewbie August 6th

    Trying to find and play this video but it seems that it has been taken down. Anyone out there able to help me see this video as well as his other videos.

    Thanks.

  2. StashaNovak July 3rd

    Thank you so much fro posting

  3. User avater mirela March 9th

    I adore the sound industrial sewing machines make, lightning speed! It makes it seem so easy...very encouraging.

  4. Frankfurt2 February 4th

    Hola,
    always again fascinating how fast and WOW it looks!!!

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