Sugar Puff Voile

May Martin Talks About Sugar Puff Voile Fabric

In this video, May Martin discusses all the many uses of Sugar Puff Voile Fabric and how to add boning to create shapes.

May shows us the light, floaty fabric and explains how it can be draped or ruched. She gives us some excellent examples on how to use the Sugar Puff Voile Fabric. May describes how the fabric can be folded to craft flower corsage details. Its light texture is perfect for layering on dresses.  It can also be used to make Christmas decorations and crafts.

May further demonstrates how to use this fabric to make the perfect angel or fairy wings (either for kids or a hen-do!). She explains that as the fabric is very fluid, it will need to be stitched in place.

The Sugar Puff Voile can be stiffened using boning. May suggests sewing an extra strip on the inside, and feeding clear boning through to create a casing. Wire can also be used to stiffen shapes. She strongly recommends that you always cap the ends of either the wire or boning to stop any uncomfortable poking!

May talks about the wide variety of Voile Sugar Puff Nylon colours. Over 20 different colours are available from Fabric Land.

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