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  • Farrow Sew-Along: Neckline Facing

    In today’s edition of the Farrow Sew-Along we’ll be assembling and attaching our neckline facing. To begin, sew the front and back neckline facings together at the shoulder seams as shown above. Press the seam allowances open and finish the outer edge if desired. I’ve serged mine here but since the facing is interfaced, it […]

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  • Farrow Sew-Along: View B Sleeves

    In this segment of the Farrow Sew-Along we’ll be inserting our sleeves for the Farrow View B. To begin, place two lines of basting stitches along the sleeve cap between the front and back notches leaving long tails on either end. I like to place mine at 3/8″ and 5/8″ so that the 1/2″ seam […]

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  • Farrow Sew-Along: View A Armhole Facings

    Today we’ll be finishing the armholes of the Farrow View A. To begin, sew one front armhole facing piece to one back armhole facing piece to create two circular facings. Finish the seams if desired and press the seam allowance towards the back of the garment. Since your facing is fused it shouldn’t fray, but […]

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  • Farrow Sew-Along: Side & Shoulder Seams

    This Farrow Sew-Along step is an easy one. To sew the shoulder and side seams, simply align the seam lines of the front and back with each other, right sides facing, and sew along the 1/2″ seam allowance. Finish your seams if desired and press them towards the dress. That’s it!

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  • Farrow Sew-Along: Assembling the Dress Front

    Today we’ll be forming the front of the Farrow. This is essentially the same steps as the back of the dress, but we’re adding a few steps to form those front pockets. If you’re using a relatively stable fabric or aren’t worried about stretching you can skip these first steps. If, like us, you’re using something […]

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  • Farrow Sew-Along: Assembling the Dress Back

    Today we’ll be assembling the back of the Farrow dress. Let’s get started! To begin align the angled edge of one of the back bodice pieces with one of the back skirt pieces. Make sure your right sides are facing each other. Stitch along this seam line at the 1/2″ seam allowance.   Finish your seam […]

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