Online Sewing Class: Leather 101
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Vogue 8815

Here's what you'll learn:

  1. Distinguishing between different types of leather
  2. How to select and how much to buy for your project
  3. Choosing patterns
  4. Supplies and industry tips and tricks to sew with leather
  5. Seams
    • Basic
    • Flat-felled
    • Lapped
    • Cut-edge Lapped
  6. Darts
    • Classic
    • Overlap
    • Slot
  7. How to sew flaps and collars and cuffs
  8. Sewing the Peplum top
    • Cutting and Marking on Leather
    • Staying Leather
    • Pressing Leather
    • Sewing Darts
    • Inserting Zipper
    • Finishing
  9. Bonus: A 29 page PDF document showing step by step photos of all the different types of darts and seams. ">Leather 101 Online Sewing Class

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Posted on:6/7/12 9:06 PM


Review Rating: Very Helpful by 8 people   
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sewin said... (1/14/14 9:19 AM) Reply
I just love this jacket. The colors and the trim are wonderful. Beautiful!
Joan Morley said... (12/12/12 10:05 PM) Reply
Fabulous!
Aussiegal76 said... (7/6/12 1:24 AM) Reply
Absolutely gorgeous. I am inspired! Thanks for sharing. Also keen to know if you underlined with silk organza...?
Lexley said... (6/11/12 3:11 AM) Reply
OMG this is just sublime! Stunning colour choice and trim. Did you do Susan Khalje's french jacket course? Did you underline this in silk organza as well? would love to know the finer details of your construction. All the clothes you have chosen to make are very classic and look just fabulous on you. I also had to do a dead dart in this pattern just under the sleeve in the side back panel. I have just finished my muslin and also used a 3 piece sleeve. Did you also find that you didn't need more than 1" of ease in the sleeve (bicep area) due to this being on the bias? My dilema is not knowing what length I should make mine. Is it more fashionable to have a cropped or longer version of this jacket?
wimmie said... (6/8/12 10:46 PM) Reply
Your jacket looks like the one's inside the the Carl Lagerfeld section in Nieman Marcus. Absolutely beautiful....Did you take a class or Ms Khalje's book for such wondeful results. Great work
Sharonspils said... (6/8/12 7:56 PM) Reply
Gorgeous jacket and fabulous fabrics.
idesign said... (6/8/12 6:17 PM) Reply
Gorgeous! Love you fabric and trim choices.
JOshiro said... (6/8/12 1:01 PM) Reply
Oh my goodness, I gasped when I saw the picture. Beautifully done.
CCQ said... (6/8/12 11:41 AM) Reply
Lovely jacket and beautiful fabric and trim!
Jrhee said... (6/8/12 10:33 AM) Reply
Lovely and classic!
GoSewGirl said... (6/8/12 10:02 AM) Reply
Just beautiful! I will be making my own *Chanel* jacket this summer, using this pattern & sewing along with a friend who wants to do the same. Yours is a great inspiration!
KensingtonCrab said... (6/8/12 9:07 AM) Reply
Gorgeous!
Ciclista said... (6/8/12 8:51 AM) Reply
Stunning!! What is "dead dart". I'm not familiar with that term.
dresscode said... (6/8/12 8:39 AM) Reply
This is one of the best jackets I've seen on PatternReview! You did a terrific job, great tip about two trims combined can make it even better.
Karine said... (6/8/12 8:29 AM) Reply
Absolutely gorgeous!
cleverkitty said... (6/8/12 8:24 AM) Reply
I adore this style and look, I need this in my wardrobe, yours is gorgeous, so expensive looking and beautifully sewn.
thi3 said... (6/8/12 7:25 AM) Reply
Simply wonderful! I love everything about this.
pdiddly said... (6/8/12 7:18 AM) Reply
Beautiful jacket I love the trim
jenleeC said... (6/8/12 5:25 AM) Reply
Lovely jacket! I adore your wonderful lining. Another great inspiration for my pattern and fabric that are waiting patiently for me to get round to sewing them.
GBK said... (6/8/12 3:18 AM) Reply
Congrats on a superb Chanel jacket TNT!
SewWil said... (6/8/12 2:45 AM) Reply
Gorgeous jacket!
Scheri said... (6/8/12 2:38 AM) Reply
Beautiful
PattyE said... (6/7/12 11:28 PM) Reply
Oh, it's beautiful! Thanks for the tip about the new jacket pattern...I just bought that one.
sewbarbie said... (6/7/12 11:24 PM) Reply
Amazing!
marec said... (6/7/12 9:37 PM) Reply
Fantastic jacket, and your trim choices work so well.
carolyn101 said... (6/7/12 9:31 PM) Reply
What a gorgeously luxurious jacket. Beautiful work!
Dilliander said... (6/7/12 9:20 PM) Reply
WOW... Stunning jacket, superb fit and beautiful fabrics!
 
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