If you’re looking for an easy sewing project that you can do in no time, why not learn how to make a shawl? These are simple, easy to follow instructions. So start your shawl sewing project today!
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The Easiest Sewing Methods: How to Make a Shawl
A shawl can be one of the easiest clothing pieces to sew. It’s also one of those simple pieces that create the most stylish get-up for either a man or a woman! With a piece of good fabric, a thread, and your sewing machine, you can easily create one.
The best thing about a shawl is you won’t feel bored wearing it. You can style it in different ways to make a boring, plain tee look fabulous. Wear it as a necklace, a neck wrap, or a classic pull through and more!
With its versatility, we’re sure you’ll enjoy learning how to make a shawl.
Read on and start learning right now.
What You’ll Need:
Steps on How to Make a Shawl:
- Cut your fabric into a rectangular shape with the size that you want for the length and the width.
- Fold the edges once, then fold them again before pinning.
- Pin the fabric to hold the folded edges in place.
- Sew all the perimeters of your fabric to make a nice, finished edge.
Now, you have your very own fashion statement piece. Thanks to this 4-step guide on how to make a shawl.
Watch the full tutorial video on how to make a shawl here. Courtesy of eHowArtsAndCrafts:
That’s all there is to it. A versatile shawl that you can wear in so many ways. Why buy if you can make a shawl of your own?
You can even give it as a gift to your loved ones. Or turn it into a bonding activity! Teach them how to make a shawl too!
Do you have other techniques to sew a shawl? Please share them in the comments below!
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Editor’s Note: This article was originally published 0n September 27, 2019, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.