How to Sew a Faux Fur Stole

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Be a runway darling in this designer-inspired reversible stole.
Measure your body circumference at your bustline with your arms at your sides.
Slipstitch the opening closed.
Be a runway darling in this designer-inspired reversible stole.

Be a runway darling in this designer-inspired reversible stole.

Photo: Jack Deutsch
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Sew it together
Sew the pieces as advised in the section above. The stole will be shaped like a muff until you turn it right-side out (step 5).

1. Sew the fur to the woven fabric. With right sides together, pin the fur to the stole along one long edge, and sew with a 1⁄2-inch seam allowance. Finger-press the seam allowance open.


Finger-press the seam allowance open.

 

2. Attach the ribbed insert. With right sides together, pin the rib knit to the stole, matching one 26-inch-long side of the rib knit to one short end of the fur and woven fabric unit. Sew with a 1⁄2-inch seam allowance.



 

3. Sew the bottom edge. With right sides together, fold the entire unit in half, matching the two long edges, and pin. Sew with a 1⁄2-inch seam allowance.




4. Sew the short end.
Pin the remaining raw edges right sides together, and sew with a 1⁄2-inch seam allowance. Leave an 5-inch opening along the woven fabric (I know this doesn't look like it will turn correctly, but it will).


Pin the remaining raw edges together and sew.


5. Finish the stole. Turn the stole right-side out through the opening. Slipstitch the opening closed.


Slipstitch the opening closed.

excerpted from SewStylish Quick Stuff to Sew, Vol.3, p. 38

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