My son absolutely loves these tunics. He does not even mind posing for me. And he changes in and out of the different sets throughout the day. Which is really cute right now, but I am sure will drive me crazy soon enough.
Some close ups.
So, from the last post you know how to make a simple tunic (or scrubs) pattern. It will not change much, and you can use the pattern you already made. Cut out a front and a back and the sleeves. Now, draw on your pattern how thick and long you want the yoke (bib looking part on the front) to be. Be mindful that you are drawing just half of the yoke.
Next I marked where the opening is going to be. (Yes, the fabric looks different. Just an example of how organized I am. I started taking pictures with one of the tunics, and finished with another.) It was about 3 inches. Don't cut it yet!
Next step is to sew the shoulders together.
(Just sew along the top!!!)
Before you turn the tunic right side out, cut the opening, like this.
Now turn it right side out. Doesn't look like much at this point.
And you got a cute tunic. You can make a dress just by extending the length and widening the bottom to make an A line shape.
Since I do not have any girls, I will not make any tunic dresses, but if you do (or tunics), let me know. I would love to visit your blog and check it out!
I am not the best at giving instructions, so if you have any questions about this tunic, e-mail me and I will try my best to help you.