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Bridal Sewing & Craft  Projectsa

Project provided courtesy of:

Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores ©

Tulle Veil

Tulle veil from JoAnn Stores @ www.joann.comAdd a veil to a headband for an easy and beautiful bridal accessory.

Materials

  • Tulle (see instructions for amount you'll need.)
  • Clear sewing thread

Directions

Position the headband on bride's head and measure from the band down to where the veil will end.

Determine the number of layers the bride wants for her veil and cut accordingly. For example, if she wants a 2-layer, 42" veil, cut an 84"-long piece of tulle. Round off corners.

Run a gathering stitch across the width at the center point (most tulle is 45" wide), then flip the tulle on one side of the stitching over and pull the gathering stitch to gather the doubled layers. For a layered veil of different lengths, simply gather closer to one side instead of the middle.

Attach the veil to the headband with clear sewing thread.

Note: To hem edges, make a rolled hem with a serger.

Due to seasonal nature of project, supplies are available for a limited time only. Please read all instructions prior to beginning; read and follow all manufacturers' instructions for all tools and materials used. Provide adult supervision if children participate in this and all craft projects. Because Jo-Ann Stores, Inc. and joann.com have no control over the use of materials and tools, nor surroundings, during construction of projects, Jo-Ann Stores, Inc. and joann.com disclaim any liability for injury, damage or other untoward results. Content of this project sheet is presented in good faith, but no warranty is given, nor results guaranteed.

3/06

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