How to sew the Empire Peacoat

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Here’s a tutorial video by Kittzykk showing how to sew the Empire Peacoat pattern.

Enjoy!

10 responses to “How to sew the Empire Peacoat”

  1. Marlene says:

    Perfect buttonholes! Your machine manual. Buttonhole is Automatic or 4 step Manual. Make sure to Practice before doing the Real Buttonhole. You need a Brand New Needle.
    Loosen tension to 3 or sometimes it has a image of a button hole. If manual, it’s like playing an instrument, know the beat(how long to stich) and stopping exactly at your marks. Automatic remember to stitch till the machine
    stops. If you make 5 buttonhole samples, the Skill you need will have been learned. Fun to have even if you use velcro and never open the buttonhole.
    Open a buttonhole? Buttonhole has a top bar tack and a bottom bar tack and two sides(4 steps). Place Straight Pin before the Top bar tack. Start in the buttonhole center and move your Seam Ripper to the Pin cutting half of the buttonhole open. Now place the Straight Pin to the Bottom bar tack. Starting in the center move the seam ripper to it. Now you can try your button!

  2. Tiasdolls says:

    Another sweet tutorial. I love your positive attitude. You are in inspiration. Keep up the great work.

  3. SmileyCatAndBella says:

    Wow that is so cool! I could not EVER make something that fabulous, let alone do it with such fluency and understanding!!! You have a great attitude and this little video was so awesome!!!!!!! – Smiley Cat and her doll, Bella

  4. Teri says:

    Very nice, very helpful.

  5. coco says:

    nice it looks good and very very very helpful

  6. Tracey says:

    Thank you so much for the great video! I really feel inspired now, I always struggle with patterns but just following your steps I am confident now 🙂

  7. Jackie says:

    ok…. tried to watch this video also…and no luck… the message reads: “This video is private” 🙁

  8. Jane Fulton says:

    I loved watching the video! You did an excellent job of taking us through the steps of making the Empire Peacoat. So happy to hear and see that young people are sewing. You have a future full of creating, fashioning and fun!

  9. ag4momb says:

    You made this very well, good job!

  10. Jo says:

    video does not exsist anymore 🙁

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