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How to Sew an Underlining – on the Fabric.com Blog

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Tie Dye Diva is blogging over at the Fabric.com blog again today! Last time we showed you how to sew a blind hem. Today our fabulous new TDD assistant Gina is over there showing you step-by-step how to sew an underlining so you no longer have to pass by fabrics you love but just seem ‘too sheer’.

Our post features our Daffodil Top pattern in *Liberty of London Tana Lawn lined with an inexpensive Sheer Mist voile. We’ve paired it with our Daffodil Capri pattern in a yummy *Kaufman Brussels washer linen blend. How cute and classy is this for a Valentine’s look?

You’ve probably drooled over Liberty lawn before, but maybe were not sure how to sew with a slightly sheer fabric. Head over to Fabric.com’s blog and learn how easy it can be to sew an underlining!

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