The BCN-Unique Wide-Leg Culottes (includes pocket tutorial)

May 2, 2017   /   byTany  / Categories :  Feeds
EN Summary: Although I have completed both the Wide-leg Coulottes and the Dress&Sash (you can see more photos of me wearing both garments on Tany et La Mode - click here), I decided to write separate sewing reviews for each garment. Today I'm reviewing the Wide-Leg Culottes, showing all the construction details and highlighting how I sewed the in-seam pockets, with the beautiful bias cut seam binding finishing. Keep reading the full article.
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PT Sumário: Embora já tenha acabado as culotes de perna larga e o vestido com faixa (podem ver o conjunto com detalhes no Tany et La Mode - clicar aqui), decidi escrever artigos separados sobre a confeção de cada um. Hoje vou mostrar os detalhes da confeção das culotes, dando relevância à confeção dos bolsos metidos na costura com o acabamento de fita de viés. Continuem a ler o artiigo completo.
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