A couple of posts ago I showed this tunic I am going to knock off.
I have a nice wool knit that I'll use without a lot of stretch. I know how to draft the facing. I'll sew it on and before attaching the outside edges of it, I'll apply the nailheads. I was thinking that since the neckline will be large enough to go over my head without having to stretch that I might use some silk charmeuse for the facing instead of the wool knit. I figure I need to sew it on before I attach the nail heads or I'll have difficulty sewing it on. I'll interface the charmeuse, probably with some silk organza..
What do you think?
Also, does anyone have any suggestions on a good way to apply the nail heads? Burda showed using a spoon to press down the backs of each nailhead.