(Closed) nice wide sash??

posted 13 years ago in Beehive
Post # 3
2029 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

To prevent it from getting scrunched, you’ll need something with a sturdy interfacing inside. Maybe you could have your seamstress whip something up? Or, if you found a sash that was wide enough but too scrunchy, you could add interfecing to the back of it yourself. You can buy iron-on interfacing at any fabric store. Just test a small area to make sure it doesn’t do anything weird to the front.

Post # 4
385 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2008

I would recommend having someone make one. You could pick a fabric and it isn’t that hard… I bet someone that even worked in the fabric department in a crafts store would be willing to even make one for you!

Post # 5
99 posts
Worker bee

It’s hard to tell from the pix but go to David’s Bridal http://www.davidsbridal.com/accessory_return_ribbons_bridal.jsp’ defer=’defer

I just went there and I tried on a dress with a sash that was pleated in the front, exactly like a cumberbund is! The pleats were only in the front and then the long sash part in the back was plain finsihed satin.

I want to say it was about 5"! It was $49. They are having a sale right now until the 14th too! So maybe they will have a sale on that item too! But I know you can buy them separately too!

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