Hello, and welcome back to Sewing Therapy! I’m Sara, and I’m thrilled that you enjoyed my free pattern collaboration with CBC Life. In today’s video, I’m excited to guide you through the process of creating a single-layer reversible Hanbok Vest. As we eagerly anticipate the arrival of spring and warmer weather, if you happen to have a beautiful reversible fabric suitable for a vest, it makes an excellent choice for crafting a Hanbok Vest Baeja.
For a more detailed step-by-step tutorial, you can find a comprehensive video on CBC Life’s YouTube channel. In this video, I’ll specifically focus on demonstrating how to make a single-layer reversible vest. Once you’ve stay-stitched all the neckline and armhole edges, you’ll be all set to go! Thanks for joining me on this creative journey.
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My only regret was that, while using a heavy fabric for the bodice, the bias tape turned out to be too light, making it a bit challenging to catch and sew neatly. Despite this, the final result is beautiful and ready for the bias binding. What are your thoughts? Do you think the extra time invested in making it reversible was worthwhile?
Stay tuned for my next video, where I’ll specifically cover bias binding on the Hanbok Vest, focusing on handling curves.