I made this clothes hanger cover to match that pretty dress shown here.is sewn very quickly and compliments the idea of the whole contest project nicely. The cover has some buttons on it so that one can attach some change elements from that projects while assembling an outfit.
Cotton fabric for the cover and some rests for the bow
optional- some trim of your choice
1. Iron the Vilene 220 onto 2 pieces of fabric larger than the hanger, lay the hanger on one left side of the fabric and trace around it. On top you will draw a straight line as seen in the picture and extend the bottom by 4 cm.
2. Pin the two fabric pieces with the right sides together and sew from A to d and B to C. Cut the project out with a 7 mm allowance and serge or zigzag the raw edges. Turn to the right side and iron well.
3. Iron the bottom edge 1 cm and then again 1 cm onto the left side and top stitch it. Before you top stitch, you can add the trim if you like.
Cut a piece 26 11 cm and 7 x 3 cm out of cotton fabric. Fold both pieces so that the long sides are touching and sew on the long edge with a 7 mm allowance. Turn to the right side and iron so that the sewn seam is laying in the middle.
Fold the larger piece in half right sides together (here the left side is the side with the seam in the middle) and sew the short side.
Turn this tube to the right side (so that the seam jest sewn is on the inside) and fold it so that the seam is also laying in the middle. Squeeze the bow together and wrap it with the other tube turning the edge under at the end. Sew it by hand and sew it onto the hanger cover.
Wish you lots of fun making this:-)