Breezy Tunic Tutorial

24.6.12


Here's what I've been working on lately...a couple of little tunics for my little girl.  
It's super easy to make, and something that is very versatile.  
I definitely plan to layer it with long sleeves underneath it in the fall.





Pocket 
(dimensions made to fit size 2 years)





Here's a tutorial for making your own bias tape.











22 people left comments on: "Breezy Tunic Tutorial"

  1. Love this! Great for summer...if only my little girl liked wearing things other than dresses ;-)

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    1. Thanks! Lengthen it for for her, and it's a dress!

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  2. Thank you for all the pics and details. I've been teaching myself to sew and it is hard to follow patterns when you don't know what you're doing without being able to see it. This tutorial is VERY helpful and can be applied to all my sewing!

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    1. Thank you so much and I'm so glad you found the tutorial helpful. Let me know if there is anything I can do to make things even clearer. I'm self-taught, too, so I understand!

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  3. Super cute! Thanks for sharing all of the pictures and instructions!!!

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  4. Vry Cute! But until I have a little girl... I will just be an admirer. :) Found you on the craft blog hop.

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  5. Soooo cute! You're little one looks really comfy in it too. If you're looking for another place to share your awesome tutorial (and any other crafty ideas), come on over to Etcetorize. Would love to see you there~

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    1. I like your project so much that I decided to feature it at tonight's party! I hope you'll stop by to grab a featured button from the sidebar and link up again~

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    2. Thank you so much! I really appreciate the feature!! I grabbed your button and it's up in my 'featured' section! :)

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  6. How clever and cuuute.. LOVE this.. Beautiful.. I absolutely LOVE how comfy and suitable for the weather it looks. Great prints and awesome outfit.. I would LOVE if you could please share / link this awesome post to my Mannequin Monday's party happening now pweeease.. LOVE this.. Hope you can stop in.. Wishing you a beautiful evening.. xo.. Marilyn - http://www.theartsygirlconnection.com/2012/06/mannequin-mondays-other-side-of-cool.html (officially your newest foolower )

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  7. This is such a great idea,thanks for sharing!
    www.blissfulsewing.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you & you're very welcome!
      :)

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  8. I really like the style of this top!! Thank you for the tutorial!

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    1. Thank you! I'm so glad you like it!
      :)

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  9. So cute!!! Thank you so much for the tutorial! I am definitely going to Pin this and give it a try.

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    1. Thank you! Let me know when it's done...I'd love to see how it turns out!

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  10. Simple to make & cute on both sides! You've been featured at this week's Craftastic party - stop by and grab a Featured On button. Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday at Sew Can Do:)

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  11. So darling! I'm going to have to make one of these. :)

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  12. This is perfect and I always like how your things look and feel easy breezy. Thank you for another awesome tutorial!

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  13. Can you advise, piping for neck,cut out at 45 degrees, In the photo, where iron...I use a translator...also this form of dress implies a greater increase,In other words, add a little volume.
    Take my advice as to the designer .
    However despite, I love these things.I see the love, care. When my mother sews, she is thinking about your child, formed an inextricable link. In the future it will help the child and it will warm, when we, the parents will not be...
    Sorry.
    Hello from Moldova.

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