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Ethnic Shoulder Wrap scarf fabric by joanmclemore on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Joan McLemore

I am a self taught graphics dabbler. Try out the tags below for various styles of some of my designs. The second link below is a sample of my "feminine" designs as demo of using the tags....... The first link is will take you to a little blog that

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I've designed this for making a long narrow shoulder wrap scarf. I ordered it on crepe de chine and split it width wise and serged those sections in the center making a 72 inch long scarf. I really love the dramatic large scale.

It should be a great upholstery design and other home decor items such as drapery or pillows.

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su_g

su_g says: This looks so wonderful printed on the crepe de chine! And beautifully serged! I like your idea of a ribbon tag with your name on it - and what about making them a limited edition so each would be numbered (e.g. 1/5 - like print-makers and lithographers do)?

Posted almost 5 years ago.

joanmcl...

joanmclemore says: I'm still trying to conclude how to price them. This takes a full yard so that would be a factor. I'm planning to added a little ribbon tag to the scarves that would have my name printed on the tag. Hopefully that would add to any "collector" value over time. Take a look at the video of napkin edges being serged. http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2012/09/beginning-serger-sewing-tip-3-how-to-sew-a-rolled-hem-napkin/ This one helped me to feel it might be worth diving off into getting a serger. I couldn't have imagined how great it would be for the scarves. I've done pretty much as this video shows.

Posted almost 5 years ago.

kapahawaii

kapahawaii says: Just beautiful! yes id like to make scarves with my designs too, So the CDC is the way to go for that huh... and a serger... thanks for sharing, im really excited to take my traditional kapa designs to another level! The fabric is pretty pricey, what kind of price would you ask for one of your wraps? aloha Dalani

Posted almost 5 years ago.

joanmcl...

joanmclemore says: I'm am thrilled to pieces to finally have a way to hem the Spoonflower silk. After finally getting the nerve to get a serger/overlock, I now see what a dream job they can do on such a project. I wish I had gotten one a long time ago! This is on the CDC silk.

joanmclemore uploaded a project image link for joanmclemore's design Ethnic Shoulder Wrap scarf :

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Posted almost 5 years ago.