Spaghetti strap tutorial

Making spaghetti straps is a bit of a pain because they are so difficult to turn, even with a loop turner. I've found this tip somewhere online and use it all the time. What you need is the smallest hair pin you can find. I promise you, it works like a charm! Here, I've made a 5 mm thick strap and trimmed the seam allowance to 2 mm. Remember to press carefully in the end before attaching to the garment.

spaghetti strap tutorial

spaghetti strap tutorial

spaghetti strap tutorial

spaghetti strap tutorial

spaghetti strap tutorial

spaghetti strap tutorial

 

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Julia

GENIOUS!!!!!! ohh the hours I’ve wasted not thinking of this method.. great blog as well!

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Sewingtidbits

OMG this looks so smart!! I need to find a spaghetty strap project right now to try it!!

Gingermakes

Wow! What a great idea! Thank you!

Sandra

That is so simple but so cleaver

ALIZA PATELL RATNAYAKA

OOh! I will be trying this. I have spent hours (or what seemed like hours) wringing my hands in desperation trying to turn loops. Thank you ?:)

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