Added Nov 21, 2013
Casual tunic for my daughter; it was actually the tester of this pattern. She loves the ease of wearing it, and if she spills, it doesn’t show. :-) The front was wide, so I added an extra tuck into the centre of the neckline, and shortened the neck facing accordingly. The waist was also long on her, so we shortened it by placing a tuck in the waist. The hem has an interfaced facing, which makes it hang on her nicely, as she wanted it to wear with tights.
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