Added May 25, 2013
This based on tunic 113 from burda issue 6/2009. When I decided to make this I had used this pattern many times and I wanted to do something a little different. So I skipped the drapped pieces and put a small band at the center front to gather it slightly and create a “sweetheart” neckline. I also added wide straps gathered at the connection points. It’s a favorite burda pattern, which I have also used for the tunic of this post and the dress of this post
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