Winter Scarf Sewing Project With Serinity Crystals
February 21, 20232 min read
We all have a favourite scarf or jumper that we have had forever because it feels like a hug whenever we wear it. The challenge is ensuring that this much loved item can keep up with the ever changing fashion seasons. One way to do this is with sewn on Serinity Crystals, that will add fresh life and a new dash of dazzle to your favourite piece.
Sewing can seem intimidating if you’re new to the craft and as with many things the biggest hurdle is often the first step and daring to give to it a go in the first place. Once you have your needle and thread, a small and easily completed crystal motif like the one featured in this project is a great way to build your confidence! The trick is to start small, a few sewn on crystals here… a pearl neckline there… and a few projects down the line you’ll be looking at a full length jackets thinking, “I could cover that in a beautiful embroidered design no problem”.
Follow the instructions below to make this beautiful Serinity Winter Scarf with Serinity Sew-on Crystals. The joy found in a personalised item of clothing that has been customised by hand is near limitless and is fantastic way to add sentimental value to any shop bought gift.
The full list of Serinity crystals, components and tools needed to complete this project can be found below. If you click on the product description (link), the respective product page will open, where each item can be viewed and added to cart:
Position your Serinity crystals on the fabric in your chosen design and glue them into place using Gem Tac Glue.This glue is water soluble and is there to temporarily hold the crystals in position while you sew them down and will be washed away in the first wash.
When the glue is dry,begin by securing the thread behind the crystal with a knot and thenpass your needle and thread through all of the available sewing holes to securely attach the crystals,be sure to sew through every hole to ensure it will remain secure. Once complete tie offyour thread with a double knot on the reverse side of the fabric.