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Step 3

Once you have completed padding out your hanger, you will need to measure how much fabric you will need. Lay your hanger on top of your chosen fabric, remember to have the right sides facing each other. Using your fabric marker carefully draw around the hanger, remembering to leave enough for seam allowance.

Step 5

Once sewn together, you will need to snip into the seam at the corners so when you turn it right side out it will leave you with a smooth ďŹ nish.

Step 4

When you are happy with the shape and size of your outline, cut around your dotted line and sew together. You can do this by hand or by machine. You will need to leave a 1cm hole for the hook and an opening at one end to insert your hanger.

Step 6

It’s time to insert the padded hanger into its cover. Once this is done, you will need to sew up the opening using a slip stitch. This way your stitches will be invisible.

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91 Magazine - Issue 4  

Styling with pastels and neon, tips and tricks for car boot sale shopping, and one of Paris's best vintage shops. Published by Patchwork Har...

91 Magazine - Issue 4  

Styling with pastels and neon, tips and tricks for car boot sale shopping, and one of Paris's best vintage shops. Published by Patchwork Har...