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A classic...The Spiral Cowl Collar

 Yes, I sewed for myself again!  Yes, it's yet another Cowl-neck tunic!
But before you think I am being redundant please remember:
  1. It's autumn, and I live near Buffalo....brrrr
  2. I have more than one ugly neck scar to hide.
This version features a applied cowl collar that has been "spiraled" before being sewn to the neckline. I love how a Spiral Cowl always drapes in nice even folds and covers the neck seam...rather than just "flopping down".  

Do we all know how to "spiral" a cowl ?  If you would like a quick tutorial, let me know in 'comments'...I'd be happy to snap some pics when I make another of this style in Stretch Velour ;)


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Blogger Samina said...

Should I know how to spiral a cowl? Mini-tutorial, please!

2:43 PM  
Blogger BeckyMc said...

Tutorial please! I've never "spiraled a cowl". Sounds dangerous. :)

2:55 PM  
Anonymous MJZ said...

Yes, please, tutorial. I'm always in search of the perfect cowl(s). This looks good to me.

2:59 PM  
Blogger Jennifer said...

Yes yes!! Tutorial Please!!

3:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, please.

3:43 PM  
Blogger sewing spots said...

Yes to the tutorial, but let me say how pretty your tops are! Great fabrics and styles.

4:00 PM  
Blogger Larri @ Seams Inspired said...

Definitely would love a tutorial!

4:09 PM  
Blogger Jilly Be said...

I love the look of that spiral! Please yes! :)

4:34 PM  
Blogger Sewing Princess said...

I'd love a tutorial for this cowl. Thanks for being so kind!

4:47 PM  
Blogger Melissa said...

I see all the other pleas, but adding my yes too! Super cute and yay for sewing for you! :-)

4:56 PM  
Anonymous Janee said...

Yes, Pam, please do a tutorial! I LOVE the way this spiraled cowl looks!


5:21 PM  
Anonymous Karen in Tasmania said...

I love your choice of fabric for this design Pam, it shows the spiral off so well. And yes, please - a tutorial!

5:30 PM  
Blogger Debbie O' said...

Yes, please. Thanks!

5:45 PM  
Anonymous Cynthia said...

Another beautiful top! Yes, please, for the tutorial!

6:17 PM  
Blogger Linda T said...

tutorial? Please, pretty please...

7:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love all you "stuff" and your tutorials. Please, please do one for this spiral cowl.

8:16 PM  
Blogger Barb-Central Texas said...

Yes! A tutorial, please. I love the look.

8:24 PM  
Blogger BJ in TX said...

You are a mind reader! I love all your tutorials, but have been wondering how to create a cowl with software. If I knew how to create the shape, the rest will be easy! Thank you so much!

9:00 PM  
Blogger Faye Lewis said...

You know I'd like to know Pam. Thank you in advance!

9:19 PM  
Blogger BetsyV said...

LOVE the fabric, really interesting!

9:40 PM  
Anonymous EasilyAmewsed said...

Please, please do. I have a TNT knit base that can always use another collar variation. It's getting cold here too so v neck tops aren't going to be an option in a couple of months.

10:06 PM  
Anonymous Cheryl said...

Pam, I would love to have a tutorial for the spiral cowl. Yours is very pretty. Thank you.

11:58 PM  
Blogger Bobbieann said...

Yes, I would love to see how to make this "spiral" collar. I really enjoy your tutorials.

12:01 AM  
Blogger Sewing Geek said...

Beautiful top. Yes, yes, tutorial please. Did I mention it is a beautiful top? ;)

1:19 AM  
Blogger Mae said...

Thanks for the offer of a spiral cowl tutorial. Yes, please! Your top is beautiful, and the fabric is spectacular. Could you please tell us more about it?

3:38 AM  
Blogger Pam~Off The Cuff ~ said...

Hi Mae and all...thanks for the nice comments!

A Tutorial will be done ASAP...I have been especially busy packing orders from my store, www.FashionSewingSupply.com ...so look for the mini-tute probably on Friday or Saturday.

Mae, the fabric I used for this tunic is a pleated rayon knit.

5:53 AM  
Anonymous Tory said...

Yay! A new tutorial! You are such a fabulous teacher, Pam!

6:56 AM  
Blogger SkiTwo said...

I would like to know how to spiral a cowl...Thanks

6:48 PM  
Blogger Adithi's Amma said...

i love cowls, i would like a mini-tutorial please!

11:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, please. I love cowls and the spiral looks interesting.

9:27 AM  
Blogger Cissie said...

Love the drape on that. Please post a tutorial!

11:31 AM  
Anonymous TracyaR said...

Please, a tutorial. This is a fab look.

1:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, I would love a tutorial about the spiral cowl neckline

4:09 PM  
Blogger Karen said...

yes i'd like to know :) thanks!

7:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would love to learn how to do it, thanks!

9:23 PM  
Anonymous Alaskapsych said...

I"d love to know how to do it!

11:39 PM  
Anonymous Katie in OK said...

Yes, tutorial, thank you. You are great!! My first (and last) cowl flopped down and I had to always rearrange it. That's why it was my last.

11:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Spiral cowl sounds wonderful. I love cowl necklines.


10:36 PM  
Blogger Karen said...

I love that fabric!!! I'm loving all these tunic tops you're making :) I intended to make some for myself, but in perusing the stash, found nothing appropriate - so... HAD to visit Fabric Mart :)

9:25 AM  

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