You can get the Hazel for girls from Jilly Altanta and for ladies over at George & Ginger. Both priced at $7.00 for a very limited time.
So we're getting ready for warmer weather around here (I hope) and this tunic is just the way to start building that spring/summer wardrobe. So happy I got a head start on this one and was able to help test it.
The tunic is designed for light weight wovens and is cut on the bias to give it that beautiful drape. The layers are asymmetric, I think it creates a beautiful style. The back features a keyhole with ties at the back neckline. The whole thing is lined so you could also play around with different colors and textures in the fabric. I chose a fabric from my stash, a light embroidered cotton voile.
So easy to wear, and looks good paired with leggings, capris, or jeans.
Size range for this pattern is from 2 years to 12 years. You'll also find a full tutorial with photos, metric and imperial charts, list of notions and material requirements and a glossary of sewing terms.
I bet when Amelia sees JubeJube's new tunic she'll want one too...better get a jump on that one, heeeheee!
Until next time, xx.