Sometimes you sew something and as soon as you make it, you quickly realize it's going to become a favorite. This is one of those garments. When the latest Pattern Anthology collection came out, the Denver (affiliate link) caught my eye, and I knew it would be perfect for cozy winter wear. So I sewed it … Continue reading The Denver Tunic
When I'm shopping and I find something like a t-shirt or a cardigan that fits my body and I feel great in, I like to buy more than one. The same thing goes for a handmade wardrobe, which is why this is take two of this gathered tunic. The first gathered tunic I made was a modified Shoreline Boatneck … Continue reading Sew-a-bration of Women: shoreline boatneck tunic (take two)
One of the great things about sewing your own clothes is that you can make them how YOU want them to be. Have a great shirt pattern? You can make a tunic from it really easily! When Melissa of Blank Slates Patterns offered to send me her Shoreline Boatneck Top and Dress [affiliate link] pattern, I … Continue reading Alter a shirt pattern to a gathered tunic [a tutorial]
Yes, I'm still continuing with my posts of my handmade Christmas gifts! I never want to ruin the surprise by blogging them ahead of time. My sweet niece Hazel [how cute is she?!] is just two months older than my youngest. This works out well for outfit sewing, since I had a pretty good idea … Continue reading Flowery Tunic and Polka Dot Bows
I am in LOVE with this pattern. I had the honor of pattern testing the Charlie Tunic for Made by Rae. She will soon be releasing this pattern - and you need to RUN over to get it. Or, um, click over to her site really quickly... anyway, it is a must have. I tend to be … Continue reading Charlie Tunic Pattern Review!