|Neckline and armhole facings don't always have to go on the inside of a garment. They can be used on the outside as a decorative feature of your project.
Here's a few things to consider when reversing your facings: 1. Do you like the shape of the facing? If not, try reshaping the edge of it. 2. Consider cutting your facing from a contrasting fabric to add emphasis. 3. Continue to use interfacing in a compatible weight for the fabric. 4. Finish the facing edge with pearl cotton flatlocking, or piping for added zip. 5. Or press under raw edge 1/4" then topstitch facing down. 6. Do not alter the size of your facing, as they are planned to mirror your exact garment armhole and neckhole size. 7. A reverse facing continues to function as an edge finisher, and stabilzed portion of your garment, only now....the world can see it! ShereeSews