Now that we’ve gone over the proper steps to working with Faux Fur in Part 1, let’s dive right into a project! I’ve always wanted a faux fur jacket! I know it may not seem practical living in Georgia, but this winter has been a cold one for us. I picked a simple pattern from Burda Style that doesn’t have a lot of details like pockets, closures, and darts. I really wanted a basic pattern because the fur was already a dramatic detail. My go to for high quality, faux fur is Shannon Fabrics. It was a toss between the Sable Fur and the Curly Yak. I ended up going with the Sable Fur in Ice Pink but plan to do another longer version (when I get the time right…?) in the Yak.  The liner is their Silky Satin Solids (ivory 330). I share the full steps on how I to make your own faux fur jacket on the Brother Sewing blog, The Stitching Sewcial and video included. 


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