Reviewing the Nancy Zieman sewing tool for the Minerva Crafts blog

This week the folks at Minerva Crafts published my review of a useful multi-functional sewing tool by Nancy Zieman. The tool helped me to create my first shrug, made in a soft art gallery fabrics ditsy floral cotton lawn. The garment was made by carefully measuring and marking accurate lines and curves, then folding and cutting the fabric using origami techniques.

My product review for Minerva Crafts
Read my product review, featured on the Minerva Crafts blog.

The project was one of my #makenine patterns for 2018 and is made using the Origami Shrug instructions by two stitches. The packet called for a lightweight woven fabric with drape or a jersey and one size fits all. I am really pleased with my choice and I can’t wait to wear the shrug as a light cover up in the spring and summer!

two stiches origami shrug
My finished Origami Shrug!

Read my full blog post to find my tips for sewing the two stitches Origami Shrug pattern here. Planning to sew your own shrug? Let me know which fabric you choose in the comments below…

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