Added Jul 14, 2013
The front draping is always in fashion so we can say it’s classics. There are a lot of variants of them and everybody can choose the one as for the taste. Mine was made by the pattern from Burda 12/2005, #110. I used the top part then just lengthened it and widened on the bottom for comfort walking.
This tunic is loose enough to dress without a zipper. As my source of inspiration was the Ancient Greek clothes, I added two narrow belts sewed in the side seames to get fitting.
It is very simple and quick to make.
Stretch cotton and rayon blend with coupon print.
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Dress up outerwear with deep shawl collars and sew up a lovely fitted dress with a flounced hemline.
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