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How to Sew a Reversible Stole

Oct 07, 2011
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Be a runway darling in this designer-inspired reversible stole from Quick Stuff to Sew, Vol. 3. The ribbed knit panel adds stretch, making it easy to fit, and the fur and fabric together create a stole that looks great inside and out. Don’t let faux fur scare you; it’s easy to cut and sew if you have a few tricks up your sleeve. Armed with the tips and techniques shown here, you’ll be able to tame that fuzzy fabric quickly with minimal mess. This stole is made from only three rectangles of fabric cut to fit your body’s measurements. Nicole Smith shows you how to make one for yourself or a quick gift for a fellow fashionista.

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