-Stretch Fabric (preferably lycra, made for bathing suits, if you aren’t sure, ask the people at the fabric store)
-Fabric Chalk (optional, can be useful for marking)
-Pattern Paper (or just regular/newspaper works)
A Few Tips:
-Make sure to use matching thread or it will show
-Ensure that both contrasting fabrics have the exact same amount of stretch or it will be more difficult to fit and sew
-If there is still a small hole where the twist is, use a hand needle to whip stitch it shut and it should stay just fine.
If you’d like a tutorial for a lined version of this let me know in the comments below and I might just post one!
Also, if you’d like to see any DIY’s or how to’s from this channel I’d be happy to oblige! Just send me a message.
It sure has been a while. I realize I had a few things in my blog that had much potential to continue and I assure you there will be MANY more posts hereafter. After I made a new years resolution to post every day…I of course got caught up in life and, alas, lost touch with the blogging world. It’s unfortunate and happens way too often. However!, I will prevail. Kaydance Kloth is getting a bit of a face lift as well as some additions to its family! First of all I’d like to share that the etsy shop has been MASSIVELY updated and will continue to be updated for the fall season (and beyond!). As well, the youtube channel will FINALLY commence with it’s first DIY/How-To within the week (scouts honour!). Many exciting things are one the horizon. Finally, I’d like to announce the addition of a co-owner to the blog, Tara! She truly is a talented and amazing designer and I believe that she is going to add much more dimension to the Kaydance Kloth brand! So I would like to publicly welcome her! I am so excited for what is to come and I hope you (my dear friends) are too! Look out for a brand new DIY post including a video within the week!