[vc_row padding_setting=”1″ desktop_padding=”no-padding-tb” ipad_padding=”sm-no-padding-top” mobile_padding=”xs-no-padding-top”][vc_column][hcode_simple_image hcode_image=”33236″][vc_column_text]How to make a Monster Rangers Sash
By Megan Joliff
Teen : 4″ wide x 62″ long
Standard Adult : 4″ wide x 72″ long
Large Adult (6’1″-6’4 : 4″wide x 80″ long
XL Adult (6’5″+) : 4″ wide x 82″/88″ long
- Sash Fabric : 100% cotton 2 – 2 1/2 yards
- Pellon Fusible Featherweight Interfacing 2 – 2 1/2 yards
Thread that matches the fabric
- Fabric measuring tape
- Fabric Sheers
- Sewing Machine
- Sewing Needle
Measure across the body where you would like the sash to lay using the fabric measuring tape. Make sure to leave some slack. Add a half inch to the width and length.
My personal measurement is 3 1/2″ x 60 1/2.” I added a half inch and made it 4″ x 61″.
Mark the Pellon Fusible Featherweight Interfacing to the same measurements (using the ruler) and cut the interfacing.
Apply the interfacing by ironing it to the fabric chosen for the sash. See interfacing instructions for the correct temperature setting.
Cut the fabric that has been ironed to the interfacing, leave a bit of extra fabric around the edges.
Pin the cut fabric with interfacing to the uncut fabric and use this as a guide to help you cut a second piece.
Pin both pieces of fabric to each other. Keep in mind that the sides facing each other, will ultimately be on the outside of the sash.
Sew fabric together with a 1/4″seam line, leaving one of the short ends of the sash open.
Cut corners off and trim all edges clean.
Turn sash correct side out and iron.
Tuck in the open edge of the sash and pin in place.
Either sew the pinned end closed with the sewing machine or with an inside stitch.
Here’s the finished Sash, with Megan modeling it!