With this Sleeve Roll will help you to press those seams that resist you. Although it is designed to help you to press sleeves and pants seam, you can use it for many other seams.
You will find this pattern under the name of Sleeve Roll in the patterns section. You will find it in A4 / Letter format so that you can print it from your home. In addition, I have already added the seam allowance (1 cm all the way around) so that you do not have to worry.
- > Woolen fabric for the upper part *
- > Cotton fabric for the bottom *
- > Needle and thread for hand sewing
- > Sawdust (or the elements that you are going to use as filler)
* Remember that the fabrics you use have to have a high level of heat resistance.
This pattern measures approximately 36 cm long, 8 cm wide and 4 cm high.
This pattern is one of the simplest you will find on this website and is perfect for beginners.
- Before cutting, we have to pre-shrink the materials that we are going to use.
- Cut the fabric using the instructions that come with the pattern.
- Sew the perimeter at 1 cm from notch to notch, leaving a space where we will add the sawdust.
- We turn it over and fill it with sawdust.
So that you can see the difference with the tailor’s ham, I have filled this Sleeve Roll with pieces of scrap fabric and as you can surely see it does not look as good. So I recommend that you use sawdust.
- And finally, we sew the mouth of the Sleeve Roll with a hand stitch.
Isn’t it easy? Now it’s your turn, once you try it, you won’t be able to stop using it.
Remember that if you have any questions, you can always leave them in the comments and I will answer you as soon as I can.