Sewing training session n° 5 : Sew pleats

Pack of several sewing video courses on unlimited access

Pleats are formed by the simple folding of fabric reducing then the volume. They are an ornament on the sleeves, shirt and of course on skirts and dresses. There are so many different kind of pleats that it is difficult to identify all.

 

We present here the most common pleats.



We propose a gradual approach to make it simple and funny.

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1 x Video - Sew a Flat pleats

The flat pleats are formed by a simple folding of the fabric. The flat pleats are the most frequently used.

 


Learn in a few minutes how to proceed thanks to this video French sewing lessons.

1 x Video - Sew inverted pleats

The inverted pleats are box pleats on the opposite side. Inverted pleats are made of two flat pleats

 


Learn in a few minutes how to proceed thanks to this video French sewing lessons.

1 x Video - Sew box pleats

The box pleats are two flat pleats turned on the opposite side and which inner parts are over lapping on the wrong side.

 


Learn in a few minutes how to proceed thanks to this video French sewing lessons.

1 x Video - Sew a topstitched seam

The top stitched seam is often used to keep a seam lying in a sense, a pleat or hold in place a lining.

 

Learn in a few minutes how to proceed thanks to this video French sewing lessons.



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Pleats are formed by the simple folding of fabric reducing then the volume. They are an ornament on the sleeves, shirt and of course on skirts and dresses. There are so many different kind of pleats that it is difficult to identify all.

  

We present here the most common pleats.

 

We propose a gradual approach to make it simple and funny.

 

 

Through this video sewing training module, you're ready for your finest works quickly.



We propose you to start with :

  • Video - sew a topstitched seam
  • Video - sew flat pleats
  • Video - Sew a inverted pleats
  • Video - Sew a box pleats



What you need: For the first video sewing classes, you need two rectangles of fabric 45cm/20cm.


See too : Module 2: Basic seam.

Tips and things to know: To determine the width of fabric necessary for a pleat, multiply the width of the final pleat by three.

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