Added Aug 20, 2009
This is a tunic from Burda 03-2009.
The fabric I used is tricot. It was the first time that I worked with this kind of fabric.
I like the tunic very much, especially the neckline. It’s a simple model, and not difficult to sew.
I altered the pattern a little bit: from the waist I made it one size bigger, so it would not be too tight around the hips.
the tunic can be combined in different ways: for example with a legging, or with jeans, or with a white blouse, or with a waistbelt, or a long sleeve t-shirt underneath it……
tricot: stretch, viscose/cotton, colour: pink
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