There is nothing more infuriating than a tangle of wire coat hangers. Besides, they are not the best things in the wardrobe to look after your favourite silk dresses these easy to make but extremely functional and rather attractive mini coats for those troublesome wire hangers will have your wardrobe organised and stylishly chic in no time. they are also a great way to use up odds and ends of vintage fabric!
Chic yet practical, sophisticated yet comforting, Lisa Stickley?s homeware designs span many different tastes. With hints of certain old-fashioned charm, Lisa reinterprets many of the classic home items for the modern-day sewer. This book covers all the core sewing projects you need to furnish your home. The projects are grouped into four key areas of the home?kitchen, laundry, living room and bedroom?and each section features projects that are stylish yet simple to achieve.© 2014 Lisa Stickley / F+W Media · Reproduced with permission.
Hem the panels.
Turn 5mm over to the wrong side along the straight edge
and press. repeat this for a second time so the raw edge
of the fabric is concealed. pin in place. repeat this for
the second panel. stitch the pressed hems, stitching as
close to the inside edge of the turned hem as possible
for a neat finish. backstitch at the start and finish to
fasten the seam.
Join the panels.
With right sides facing, place the two pieces together so
the two hemmed edges meet. starting at the hemmed
base, stitch from a to b. backstitch at the start and
finish to fasten the seam. then stitch from c to d. again
backstitch at the start and finish to fasten the seam.
Add the hanger.
Turn the hanger coat out to the right side and press. fit
the coat over the wire hanger, taking the hangerâ€™s â€˜neckâ€™
through the hole at the top. hand stitch the hole at the top with a couple of extra stitches to secure.