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May 15, 2014 ... This week Carol Duvall brings out her inner fashionista for a segment on turning a plain sweatshirt into a jacket. While the details on this jacket may look ...
May 25, 2013 ... Subscribe to our Channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/ksproductionstv Pattern designer and teacher Londa Rohlfing shows how to create sweatshirt jackets on . ..


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Step 6: Finishing. I followed the chalk lines using white thread on the navy side and and in the bobbin I used navy. The pattern is easy and the jacket is very warm when you turn down the heat in the house a degree or two to save energy ...


Make Sweatshirt into Jacket | Free Strip-Quilted Jacket Sewing Instructions.


Make an easy zippered cardigan sweatshirt jacket. All you need are a ready- made sweatshirt, some thread, and a separating zipper. ... sweatshirt front. • Matching all-purpose thread. • Water erasable marking pen. Instructions: 1. Prewash sweatshirt and press. 2. Find the center front of the sweatshirt. • Fold the sweatshirt ...


This Kwik Sweatshirt Jacket Pattern by Two Kwik Quilters is an unlined jacket ( using a ready made sweatshirt); Blocks are created by stacking 12" fabric squares; Using the included template, cut 12" squares into "crazy quilt" style pieces; Shuffle the colors around following instructions and sew back together; Trim blocks to ...


Making a Sweatshirt Jacket First you need to buy a sweatshirt at least one size larger than usual. This will allow for seaming and take-up in quilting. Choose one in a color that you will be using in your jacket or a neutral color. A 100% cotton sweatshirt will work best for the machine but you may use any kind. You will need a ...


Article Continues Below. Instructions: 1. Apply dye to random spots on the sweatshirt using the foam brushes. 2. Add water to blend the colors together. 3. Throw your sweatshirt in the washer and then the dryer to set the dye. 4. Fold the dry sweatshirt in half. Then, cut straight through the middle of the front of the shirt.