3-D Nuno Felt Vest PDF TUTORIAL garment construction

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NEW Downloadable PDF Tutorial for a Nuno felt 3-D Vest. This is the holy grail of my tutorials, as it is one step away from coat-making. Learn how to make a resist pattern in your own size and learn garment construction with felted seams. Clear instruction, with photos and sketches to help you make your very own wearable art vest.

Prior Nuno felt experience is required.

Materials required include:
Ten ounces of merino wool roving
2.5 yards of loosely woven fabric, recommend silk chiffon
One scarf length piece of same fabric, approximately 10x90 Embellishments (silk fabric strips, curly wool locks, wool yarns) Large sewing needle, any color thread, and sharp scissors

This tutorial is for your own personal use. Please do not resell or give away this copyrighted tutorial or any part thereof. Thanks for your understanding.

Once you purchase the tutorial, you will be directed to the PDF file on etsy for instant download.

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