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Want a custom look for your groom and groomsmen for your wedding? Need the right accessory for that steampunk outfit? Make a cravat!
You will need from your fabric store: 1 yard fabric scrap of interfacing matching thread You will need from your sewing box: Sewing machine (or needle and lots ...
I used Butterick B4157 for the cutting pattern, but changed the assembly for a more formal, less costumey result. The long "tie end" is 34" x 12". The ...
Cut two tie ends, and two collars out of fabric. Cut one collar out of interfacing. If you're lucky enough to have a padded cutting table, pin the ...
Fold tie end longways, right-side-together. Pin the long edge and the slanty edge together.
Stitch a 1/4" seam along your pins. Be sure to leave the short, straight end open. Clip your corners. Turn inside out. Press (iron flat.) Repeat with other ...
Layer fabric right-side-to-right-side and put interfacing on top. Pin together along long sides. Stitch with 1/4" seam allowance.
Turn collar inside out. Press. Turn 1/2" of open end to the INSIDE to hide rough edge. Press flat.
Put a pin in each side of the open end of the tie end. Wrap thread around one pin in a figure 8 pattern. Pull the other end ...
Remove pins. Insert tie end into open end of collar. Pin in place. Stitch close to edge.
For a jabot, make a loose, floppy bow. For a cravat, tie in a four-in-hand knot like a regular necktie. Tuck under collar, and wear proudly! Now make ...
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