Finally, though, all the seams are out except two. I'm waiting on those until I measure to see if there is enough fabric to cut out the pattern sections without piecing fabric. If I need to do piecing, I might as well keep the original serged seam in place and save some aggravation. On the upside the fabric is cute, and is growing on me the more I work with it. I'm hoping to re-use the trim for the ties. With any luck I'll find another project to use the rest of the fabric. Zero waste, or as close as I can get, is the goal.
So before decontruction:
Unfortunately I'm stymied until I find a way to iron the pieces out. The bottom edge where the trim was attached and the top edge where the waistband were are not going to cooperate for pattern cutting until I can get the fabric to lay flat. Of course I have an iron, but no ironing board. Anyone know of a solution to this dilemma? I'll have to google it at some point and see if I can find an easy way to MacGuyver an ironing board.
At least this is one more step down. Onward!
Step 3: Iron
Step 4: Cut Pieces from fashion fabric, interfacing fabric, and lining fabric
Step 5: Pin
Step 6: Sew