Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Monogram and Pockets
I wanted to add some special touches to my coat, and a nice interior monogram is one of them. This will be appliquéd to the lining. I tried various threads and embroidery flosses and was a little surprised that I liked this variegated floss the best. It's a DMC linen floss. I'm also using it for a nice edge finish on the lining.
Here are the pockets and flaps after topstitching, but before lining.
Here's the inside of one set of lined pocket and flap. You can see the lining edge treatment, with a close-up below. It's just a whipstitch, but I think it gives it a pretty, corded effect.
Thanks to all of you that commented on my steam generator. I like it very much, and I did end up doing a pretty widespread re-do of my sewing area because of it. That was a good thing too. I have a better working arrangement now I think.
Labels: Coat, Coat Sew-Along, Hand Sewing
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Another wonderful example of the great details you do to make your work so unique. Can't wait to see the finish product. Sally
I am not sure how you sewed the lining to the pockets. I always do this a bit differently. Can you give some details.
This coat is going to be amazing especially since you've added so many special touches...waiting, just waiting for the reveal!!!
Oh, all the details are just lovely. I can't wait to see the finished coat.
Liana, your coat is going to be amazing! These pockets are beautifully matched and made.
Liana....your attention to the details, and your couture quality execution of them, is always wonderful to behold!
This is going to be one FABULOUS coat!
Pam, from ~Off The Cuff Style~
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