Added Feb 29, 2012
Cut as a slight A-line, tunic front is made of three pieces, the top yoke applique is cut on bias and sewed on top of the actual tunic material, there was also a border on the fabric which I used, by the side. I used leftovers from other projects to cut the bias strips and straight strips, and then lots and lots of sewing of strips of different colored fabrics, later, yay! In all this, the number of thread changes wore me out. Tunic is fully lined with one by two cotton material.
blended cotton, cotton one by two(lining)
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