Monday, March 21, 2016

Naples Dress and Tunic Pattern by Jennuine Design

After sewing for this girl for eight years now I've gotten used to her being pretty ho-hum about what I make her. There is usually something that she complains about or I have to convince her how amazing it is. I've actually started sewing less for her and more for my two-year-old because the two-year-old in this instance doesn't cause me as much grief.

So I was pretty shocked when she tried on this Naples Tunic I made and was in love with it. She actually asked me if I could wash it that night so she could wear it again the next day. I guess the loose and flowy feel of it agrees with her princess skin :). The pattern is by Jennuine Design and let me tell you, her patterns are impeccable. There are quite a few options for the neckline, sleeves, as well as dress or tunic length. For my tunic I made the butterfly sleeves and adjusted the bottom for a hi-low hem. I made it with this Anna Maria Horner challis fabric that gives it a beautiful drape.

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  1. Gorgeous tunic! What a compliment for a sewing mama!

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