Tunic Top

We recently took family pictures – I’m sure I’ll show them off sometime as I aim for Christmas Cards…

Anyways, our colors were red and gray.  I wanted someone in solid red – I bought a shirt for my daughter, but I didn’t love it.  So I decided to sew one up for her.  It wasn’t quite what I had in mind, but pretty close – I was limited to the patterns that were on sale that day.

I wanted something Tunic-ish, so I went with Simplicity 2689 – - the only problem was it started at a size 8 – I think my daughter is a 6 at most in patterns, but I just tried to cut it down some.  I even made the belt, although in the above picture it had kind of slipped down a little – I liked her to wear it about 4 inches higher.

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Anyways, I impressed myself with the construction.  It went together easily and I did it all on my own (sometimes I have to call my mom to interpret patterns for me!).  I like how the sleeves bell out and the vintagey feel of the yoke neckline.  It took an hour at most, start to finish and was fun to make.  I only used a yard of fabric, so the whole thing cost about $3 (it was cheap walmart fabric, except for the belt houndstooth which was a small cut, on sale at Joanns).

I should really do things like this more often!

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