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A blazer is a great accessory for a guy who loves the outdoors and enjoys wearing stylish clothes, and that’s what you should be looking for with this stylish new collection of fashion fabrics.

Whether it’s a sporty button-down or a lightweight, breathable blazer, these fabric-heavy garments are made to last.

We’ve been wearing our jackets for about two weeks now, and we’re still looking forward to wearing them.

Here’s how to make your own lightweight blazer: 1.

Fabric: Select a material that will not dry out, but is still comfortable for you.

If it’s wool or rayon, you may want to look for a lightweight.

If not, a cotton or linen blazer should do the trick.

2.

Wash and dry: First, wash the garment with mild detergent and a mild shampoo.

Dry it on a gentle cycle.

After a few days, a small amount of wax or paint can be added to help the fabric dry better.

3.

Cut: Cut the fabric in half lengthwise and cut it into three pieces that are equal in size.

You can then sew the pieces together.

4.

Thread: Thread the pieces into the fabric using a length of thread that’s not too long or too short.

Thread the threads through a needle.

5.

Sew: Thread together the pieces using a flat stitch or a double-pointed needle.

6.

Fold the two pieces together: Fold the fabric into thirds, leaving a seam allowance in between.

Sew the seam allowance through the seam of the piece.

7.

Cut the blazer in half: Cut a piece of fabric about half a foot in length that is about three inches wide.

Thread it through a short needle and sew along the opening in the top of the blazers sleeve.

This will create a seam.

Cut off the excess thread and fold the bottom seam down and into a square.

8.

Cut out the button holes: Pull out the buttons on the blazar.

This should be about one inch deep, and the buttonholes should be centered and the seams will be aligned.

Sew in the holes and sew the button to the blauer.

9.

Sew buttons to the bottom of the shirt: Sew the buttonhole openings to the shirt.

The buttonholes will be in the center of the front of the button, with the top and bottom of them being centered.

10.

Sew a collar: Sew a small button through the center seam of a buttonhole.

Pin it to the button.

Pull the button out and pin it to one of the holes in the shirt with the button hole in place.

Pin the collar on. 11.

Sew buttonholes and pockets to the back of the jacket: Pull the bottom edges of the buttons from the top, and pin them to the collar.

Sew on the collar and sew in the buttons.

12.

Cut pockets: Pin the pockets to both the shirt and jacket.

Sew them to each other using a short thread.

Sew through the top hole in the jacket, and then through the pocket on the shirt, pinning it to both.

13.

Sew shoulder seams: Pin shoulder seams to the front, back, and front of both the jacket and shirt, as well as the front and back of both sleeves.

14.

Sew back buttonholes: Pin back button holes to the rear, back and front.

15.

Sew waist seams: Sew waist seam openings to each of the back and chest, as the shirt has the front one in place and the back one in the pocket.

16.

Sew hem seams: Pinch a small hook through the back hem of the sleeve that is pinned to the body of the sweater.

Pin that hook to the sleeve.

Sew that line across the top half of the body, along the armhole.

17.

Sew down the sides of the neck: Sew down each side of the shoulder seam, then down the front side of it.

Sew along the back edge of the arm seam.

Sew it all the way down the neck.

18.

Sew up the back seam: Sew up both sides of a back seam.

19.

Sew left front front front back right back right side right front front right back left front left back right front right front left front right side left front back front right Back up to top of article A lightweight blazer is perfect for a man who’s always on the go or who loves outdoor sports.

If you’re looking for a jacket that won’t get dirty or look old fashioned, we recommend a lightweight blazar that’s lightweight and comfortable.

These fabrics are made for a variety of occasions and weather, but they’re also suitable for work.

When you get your first jacket from this collection, we’d love to hear your thoughts about it.