Coppery Sequins Voile Woven
PRICED AND SOLD BY THE 1/2 YARD
EXAMPLE: TO ORDER 2.5 YARDS ENTER 5 IN THE QUANTITY BOX
Light and airy white cotton voile has vertical rows of tiny copper sequins stitched 1" apart running across the width of the fabric. The sequins are spaced out, the stitching a fine brown thread, so light it barely adds any weight at all. The base fabric is light weight and sheer with a floaty soft hand and drape. The sequins are so small and light that it should not be a problem to sew. Would make a beautiful top, tunic, floaty jacket or vest.
I cut sheers on top of paper, squaring off the ends to align the grain. Use tissue or pattern making paper, ok to tape together to the width of the fabric. Place the pattern on the fabric, pattern pieces on top, then pin and cut through all the layers. This keeps the shape of the pattern pieces so you can move them around to mark. Sew with a sharp fine needle. French seams are perfect with this fabric. If you want to serge, use a fine thin thread.
Pre-treat by hand launder and air dry.