Hanging a Garment Properly
Certainly, the lion's share of making a garment is the designing, the fitting and the sewing - but there are always a few little finishing details to take care of, and among those is how to hang the finished item properly.
Some garments are best folded carefully and put in a drawer (something heavily beaded, for instance), and a sturdy padded hanger does the trick in an awful lot of cases, too.
But - there are times when one has to get a little more inventive. Here are a few solutions:
This beautiful soutache lace top could certainly be put on a hanger, but it's light and delicate and could easily slip off. Hanging loops are pretty much out of the question - they'd be visible through the lace - but small snaps do the job. The sew the socket side snap to the inner shoulder seam of the top (it's flatter against the body), and sew the ball side snap to a padded hanger.