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Indian Tunic Top

Added Oct 26, 2008

by jettte

Sydney, Australia

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Description

It’s a thigh long tunic top that is light enough to wear on hot days, but also protects against sun and unwanted stares. It has a drawstring in the back to give it a bit of shape. It’s meant to be a comfortable piece to hang out in, but I could imagine making a more dressy one from some more fancy material.
I borrowed an overlocker for the sleeve and neck seams and discovered that these things are really hard to use.

Material Notes

Thin cotton, it’s a bit shiny and crinkles easily, I have no idea what the official name is.

Difficulty

Novice

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Credits

My friend bought one like this in India and I borrowed it for a holiday. I loved it so much that I wanted one for myself, so I copied it.

Credits go to my friend for buying it and lending it to me and to the person in India who made it ;)

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    Nov 18, 2009, 02.42 AMby sforzando

    The material is most likely “crepe.” Also, is there a chance you might post the pattern for this? I think it’s wonderful. :)

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    Oct 27, 2008, 03.19 AMby catmagalhaes

    it looks very comfortable.

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    Oct 26, 2008, 07.10 PMby reneebeth

    This is a really cool style, and i love the color.

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    Oct 26, 2008, 06.52 PMby grinchy

    It looks rather comfy. I like it. :)

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