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Ach

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Date: 12/28/11 3:10 PM

I'm thinking about making a faux fur vest and/or coat and can't seem to find any furrier closures. Does anyone know of a source, preferably online? I don't know if they can be sewn on after the garment is made or during. Any advice appreciated!

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Date: 12/29/11 5:25 PM

I've seen then in person at Fabricland and on the internet at SewTrue. Here's the SewTrue link:

SewTrue

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Date: 12/29/11 7:36 PM

Dritz still makes them, stock #767-66. If you have a fabric store that has a bridal section you might find them there.

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Date: 12/29/11 7:45 PM

Ready to wear is sold in standard sizes. Haute couture often requires significant alteration before it can be worn by the customer (I recall reading a piece in which somebody commented that "of course, most of the buyers will end up having linings put in these gowns".) Bespoke tailoring is similarly removed from Ready to Wear.

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Date: 12/30/11 3:30 PM

If I may ask, which section at Fabricland? I looked there yesterday and found nothing but the itsy bitsy hook and eye closures. I will try SewTrue. Thanks!

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In reply to Ach


Date: 1/1/12 1:46 PM

CleanerSupply and MJ Trims both sell different versions of these closures. If you just want the wrapped hook and eye, Cleaner's Supply has them, and their customer service is great.

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