Hope everyone had an amazing holiday! I know a lot of my fellow sewing buddies have been busy the last month making last minute gifts for loved ones. Now it’s time to indulge and make something for yourself! Katrina made this stylin tunic out of a new Japanese import from designer Ihsoyok Nijnezij. This fabric is very unique and I haven’t seen another fabric quite like it before, it has a very modern artsy feel to it and it is also available in grey.
She used the “Schoolhouse Tunic” pattern by Sew Liberated. This Sew Liberated pattern is stylish, flattering, and quick to sew. The Schoolhouse Tunic is a versatile addition to your wardrobe. This pattern lets you make a tunic to wear as a dress or over jeans – or make a shirt. The Schoolhouse Tunic features front and back pleats, 3/4 -length sleeves with optional elastic gathering at the cuff, and an open bodice perfect for laying over your favorite camisole or tank.
This pattern is super easy and perfect for a beginner, no zippers or buttons required. Go ahead it’s time to make something for yourself that you will love to wear!