Added Mar 10, 2008
This simple tunic or dress has a scoop neck and elbow length sleeves. It’s another comfortable piece since it’s made from jersey. A double needle was used to hem the neck, sleeves, and dress bottom.
I used a draft that I already had to make this pattern, but Lydia could be used as a base as well. Just extend the bottom being sure to make it wide enough for your hips.
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