Interlining a Tate
Updated: Jun 5
There are seasons, even in the south, when our little ones need a cozier coat. We will help you interline the Children’s Corner Tate pattern. The cotton flannel will be “sandwiched” between the fabric and lining, and make a nice and cozy addition.
1. Pre-wash the cotton flannel as it will likely shrink at a greater rate than most fabrics.
2. Cut fabric and lining as directed in pattern.
3. When cutting flannel pieces, cut same pieces as lining.
4. Placing the cotton flannel on the wrong side of the lining, baste the two together with a scant ¼” seam.
5. Now treat these pieces as one pieces and complete the Tate following the instructions.
Technique by Susan Whitman
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