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A pieced party of smashing accessories you can construct using your beloved scraps of favorite fabric.
Includes instructions for reversible belts, headband, bracelets and two fetching scarves. A scene-stealing cuff pattern with an inner compartment holds money or, when filled with scent, envelops your wrist with your own personal and portable aroma therapy!
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ASCOT – Shown using nine fabrics
for pieced side and a 33” x 6” length
for lining. OPTIONAL: Three narrow
strips of raw edged wool were also
applied over fabric. Optional: seven
small assorted buttons 3/8” to 1/2”.
HEADBAND – Shown using five
fabrics for pieced side and a 3” x 18”
length for lining. You will also need a six
inch section of 1” wide elastic.
BELTS – These belts are designed
to be worn just below waist with extra
length to hang down from buckle. If
you want belt to fit your waist, adjust
accordingly. Buckles shown are 21⁄4” in
diameter with an interior opening of
15⁄8”. Prong has been removed with
pliers. You could use a slightly smaller
or larger buckle for these belts. The 21⁄4”
width belt uses 5 fabrics as shown. The
21⁄2” belt used
8 plus fabrics as shown. For the lining
you will need fabric 3” x 44” S, 3” x 48”
M, 3” x 51” L, 3” x 53” XL,
3” x 55” XXL.
BUTTON BRACELETS –
Pattern will make two at once.
Shown using 5 fabrics on pieced
side and a 2” x22” length for lining.
One 11⁄8” button for each bracelet.
BRACELET A – Bracelet Cuff
with Inner Compartment –
Three fabrics 3” x 11”. Two 1/2”
buttons, two or more styles of small
beads, image on printable fabric.
VWK103 Fabric Arts Sampler
Click-n-Craft CD ROM from The
Vintage Workshop®. It is printed on
VW950 Cotton Poplin Printable
BRACELET B: – Two fabrics 3” x
11”, assortment of fabrics for pieced
length, two large covered coat hook