seersucker tunic

7.16.2012


I love this tunic, seriously, love it.  I had envisioned it for a long time after making this one.


The buttons really make it I think, they reminded us of sour cheery balls, yum.  Those things are addicting, and I don't even like candy that much.


After thinking about making the pattern for the first tunic, I added this little twist, some fun pockets and I think I'm satisfied.


It's fun and simple and will look great in lots of different fabrics! And don't worry, you might be seeing a little parade of these this week.

I'll be working on this pattern more, I think I'll be able to go up to a girls 5/6, possibly a size larger.  



Thanks for stopping by and always being so supportive.

49 comments :

  1. So pretty! I love that last picture. :)

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  2. I love this! I've been playing around with seersucker lately too.... It's the perfect summer fabric, don't you think? Looking forward to the pattern :)

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  3. Very cute. It looks deliciously cool and so pretty at the same time. I think my little girl would love a tunic like this one as well! (And stick her tongue out just as far ;-))

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  4. That is adorable! That style is right up my daughter's alley. She is a size 7 so a size larger would rock! ;o)

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  5. I love this for my granddaughter, but I'm with sweary sewer (above) I would love this for myself. Just adorable design. Great Job!!

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  6. That is a gorgeous tunic and so perfect for summer! And those buttons do pop on it...such a cute addition!

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  7. Ahhh... LOVE IT!! Too pretty!

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  8. That tunic is adorable and timeless for however you want to dress it up or down. You will have fun choosing fabric!

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  9. Super cute tunic! I LOVE seersucker! It has such a lovely texture. :D

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  10. Oh yes, I love it so much! I'm always looking for good "she's wearing a dress but also good for layering because that's a must for our weather most of the time" type garments, and this looks so perfect for that. I can envision it in so many patterns and weights of fabric, too. Can't wait to give it a whirl! :)

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  11. Really cute! I love seersucker so much. It's the perfect hot weather fabric!

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  12. it is gorgeous Anna! I am such a fan of seersucker, and you are right - the buttons make it!

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  13. Awesome top...can't wait to see the parade :)

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  14. ADORABLE!!! And so versatile! I love seersucker so very much! Nicely done my friend!

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  15. Adorable dress! And great idea with the pockets! A must for little kids :) Can't wait for the pattern!

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  16. I love this top - makes me wish I had a girl to make it for! I was thinking how elegant your daughter looks, then I got to the last picture and just laughed! Kids, eh?

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  17. I love both your tunic patterns and will definitely buy the pattern, but could you make it go to sz 10? My older daughter is tall and I hate that all the stuff in her size isn't so cute anymore.

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  18. How perfect for summer! Love the buttons.

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  19. precious. Looks great! I hope to buy the pattern!

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  20. How about you go all the way to a size 6 womans!! :) This is just perfect Anna!

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  21. i'm excited for the parade!! it's a perfect little tunic, just adorable! the pockets are a great addition. i want to make one!!

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  22. You're right... those red buttons totally make it! Looks nice and cool for summer too! :)

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  23. Is this a new pattern? I love the pleats. Your daughter looks so grown up with her hair up like that

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  24. I love this! The pattern, fabric, and buttons are perfect together. What a perfect summer outfit!

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  25. please.
    please.
    please.
    make a pattern for adults.
    i wd LOVE this tunic/dress.
    thanks for all your inspiration
    and for sharing with us.
    marty ferraro

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  26. Natalie looks so grown! Love her top bun. Love the top. The red, cherry sour ball buttons are perfect. You're right!

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  27. I love it! Adult size it please!

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  28. Oh I love this so! Especially the first pic with those denim pants. Just adorable.

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  29. That top is absolutely adorable!

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  30. I love this! I like that you made it so it buttons in the front. And I would love this version in an adult pattern for myself. Pleeeaaassse! You are so talented Anna!

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  31. you're right... the buttons make it. Super cute and looks cute paired with the cropped leggins

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  32. Great top. Can you go up to women's size? Would be perfect for Spring.

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  33. I love this! I'll definitely be on the look out for the pattern posting. :)

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  34. Love this- so adorable!!:) Natalie looks like she's all legs- soo cute! Loving all your tops and bags- I swear there isn't anything you can't do!!:)

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  35. This is precious! I want one for myself!

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  36. I love it too! Would like to make it in a size 10 for my eight yr old! Really great for summer:)

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  37. Lovely. Your hard work paid off. x

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  38. I'm so behind on my blog reading! Love this!!! So adorable! I love it!

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  39. Oh my goodness, I love it!!! I will buy the pattern so fast, I just want a size 7/8 for my 8 year old as well as my 3 yr old:)

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  40. That is adorable! Would be such an awesome pattern!

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  41. this is so cute! love it Anna!

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  42. Oooh! Love this. This will be such a cute pattern Anna!!!

    :)

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