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How to Sew a Simple Beach Cover Up

How to Sew a Simple Beach Cover Up
How to Sew a Simple Beach Cover Up
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This summer, you can bask on the beach in style by learning How to Sew a Simple Beach Cover Up. This fantastic tutorial is the perfect way to show off your sewing skills by the seaside. If you can't wait to show off your bikini, then you're in luck because this trending DIY cover up has open side seams. If you're not a fan of the beach, then no problem! This easy sewing project also looks stunning as a kimono top or cardigan. With so many ways to wear this beach cover up, you're sure to never fall out of style. 

Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Under an hour

Sewn by: Machine

Easy

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A swimsuit cover-up to sew in less than an hour! The side seams are open making the cover-up easy to slip on. The hand-drawn pattern in the instructions is simple and easy to follow. Two to three yards of fabric and some cording is all that is needed for this flowy beach topper.

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This will be my grand daughter's second project to sew. I'm going to teach her too sew. This looks easy for a 10 yr old, who wants to sew. I learned at that age. Linda

this is very nice and the pattern can very well be used as a Kimono type shirt

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