This Month's Box
Auburn Blazer from Cashmerette
Sewing darts, understitching, inserting a lining, setting sleeves, attaching a collar, buttons and buttonholes, basic tailoring techniques
Lining fabric, pocketing, fusible interfacing, shoulder pads, bias tape, buttons, and a sewing machine needle
US Sizes 12-32
- Gray Double Faced Ponte - The beauty of ponte is that it will stretch and move with you as you wear it but will hold it's shape quite well. It's the best of both fabric worlds, if you ask us. Add to that a reversible fabric, with a gray face on one side and a cream dotted face on the other, and you have a blazer that can be customized to your exact desire. Why not try a contrast collar or cool welt pocket details? A beautiful - and comfy - fabric option!
- Bright Blue Glen Plaid Jacquard - For a pop of color, look no further than this unique glen plaid fabric. Glen plaid is defined by a distinct large and small check tartan that up close looks like it's made out of houndstooth. This fabric ups the ante, though, by using a vibrant blue as its background color. The jacquard weave has texture and depth, and a little bit of spandex gives the fabric the right amount of stretch for movement. A one of a kind fabric that will become a one of a kind blazer!
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