Aztec Throw Jacket
My sister saw this jacket in a sewing magazine and found the perfect triple woven throw. I made myself one first, because I wasn't sure how badly the throw would fray and wanted it to be perfect for her. I traced the pattern first, then straight stitched just inside the lines. After cutting it out, I double serged all the seams, to keep them from fraying when washing it in the washing machine. I love the colors on this jacket and it's so cozy and warm!
Pattern or design used: "Casa Carter Coat" by Joyce R. Carter, Sewing Consultant
Posted on Sep 30th, 2013 in design, garment construction, tips & tricks, Patterns, reader's closet
SewStylish Fall Fashion Challenge
Share photos of your handmade outerwear garments with a short description including any techniques, materials, or patterns used before the deadline of September 30, 2013, 11:59 pm ET. Winner will receive a Juki MO-654DE Serger worth $1,320.00!