- 1M of Faux Fur fabric
- 1M of Jersey Rib Knit fabric for lining
- Matching thread
- Sewing machine
- Fabric scissors or rotary cutter
- L Ruler
- Measuring tape
- Chalk or marking pen
Cut out one piece of faux fur and one piece of lining in the following measurements. I have used a jersey rib knit as it stretches nicely and is soft when wearing. You can also use a silk for lining.
Cut out slits on fur piece as shown. This becomes the holder area for the other end of the stole to sit in. I recommend cutting from the wrong side of the fabric that way the fur pile does not get in the way.
Place fur and lining right sides facing each other and pin. Leave a 3-5” opening to flip inside out.
Sew all the way around the stole, leaving your opening, un-sewn. Be sure to backstitch at the opening area so the opening does not rip open while flipping later. Your seam allowance is 1/2 inch. Red line below is your sew line.
Trim away any excess bulk fabric in your seam allowance area. I always trim away excess fabric at the corners, that way your corners actually look like a corner.
Flip inside out. FUN TIMES!
Slip-stitch shut the opening by hand.
All photos taken by Christian V. Thanks a ton, you make my sewing skills look good.