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Unread 11-28-2011, 09:36 PM   #1
Ngibby
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How would I attach this?

I am making black rock shooters jacket out of an old black jacket, and i need to know the easiest way to get the white stripes on the sides with out making it look bad. Im not sure if i should sew them on by hand, cut open the sleeves and use a sewing machine, or go at it with a different approach. So what is your opinions?

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Unread 11-28-2011, 10:32 PM   #2
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What material is the jacket made of?

My offhand suggestion I would be to do a really good job taping the stripes and hit them with a few coats of fabric paint. Do a good job, heat seal it, etc. and it would prob look fine. But if you could find a similar material in white I would probably hand sew it just because I always have a hell of a time working with sleeves like that on a machine.
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Im pretty sure the jacket is made from a cotton and polyester blend. But i never thought of using fabric paint and tape. That might work, thanks.
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