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Do-It-Yourself – how to sew a haramaki at home

Making a basic waist warmer is a fairly simple task. If you feel like doing some tailoring, you might as well give it a try.

 

 

 

 

A few practical tips for your home-made haramakis:
  • You will need high-quality colourful elastic cotton fabric (ideally 95% cotton, 5% lycra/elasthane).
  • Use a sewing machine with a stretch stitch, so that your stitches can endure heavy use.
  • Slightly take in on both sides, otherwise you will just have a tube and it will slide off.
  • You may also try sewing a silicon rubber band, though this requires some experience. This fixes both the top and the bottom of your waist warmer and it won’t slide off.
  • It is a rule of thumb that you need to cut your fabric to about 80-85% of your measurements.

 

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