Please pass on this post to anyone you know who knows a thing or two about sewing clothes.
A couple years ago a woman who was moving gave me a bunch of fabric. She was a real seamstress, not a play around craftster like me. I think she went to fashion school or something.
Anyway, I thought she had given me several kinds of regular jersey knit fabric, but yesterday I realized that one piece she gave me is actually seamless tubular CVC jersey knit fabric. (I had to look it up because I didnt even know what it was called.)
Basically it is a big old tube of black knit jersey fabric. I think it is used to make dresses or tshirts or something.
The problem is : I have no idea what to do with it. I thought about making a black dress or swimsuit cover up, but it is super wide, like the tube itself is one yard wide, so I could basically fit two of me in it. But then it seems a waste to cut up a seamless thing, only to make more seams. But then I dont really even know if I can cut it up or would it all unravel?
Anyway, if you know what can be done with this strange beast, especially something within the abilities of a novice, please leave a comment. Thanks!