The Trendy Tunic- New Release!

Apr 9, 2014 | Trendy Tunic, Tunic | 6 comments

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After weeks of work the second Love Notions pattern has been released! The Trendy Tunic is made with knit fabrics, has simple lines, inset pockets and short cap sleeves. Pair it with tights, leggings or jeans and you’re ready to go! Dress it up, dress it down, use bright, fun prints or do a little color blocking. You can even upcycle adult graphic tees! It’s versatile, fun and modern. 

A big THANK YOU to all my testers. They did wonderful work and really helped me fine tune this pattern to be best it could be. 

Purchase your Trendy Tunic Pattern here!
After you’ve sewn up your Trendy Tunic don’t forget to leave feedback and post your creation in the
Flickr group and/or Facebook page so everyone can admire your work!

Erin BiggersKaryn ProudlockKelly SimonsenVicky WhiteApril FosenMaria LevinDeborah ZaleskiEllen Balzer – Sandy Cunha – Erin Kimmons – Samantha MartinSarah RuehleAlyssa CarrionStefanie WareNicole Scott – Shawn Steele – Sacha Thomas – Terry Steinmetz – Deana Wolstenholme – Tara LeeNikki Souster – Rachel Ring

Also a note for you ladies who sew and sell from home– I know first hand how important it is to be able to sell your work. I’ve worked from home sewing for my custom children’s clothing business Dunk-n-Fluff for almost ten years now. Doing this has allowed me to stay home when my children were babies and even now as they’re in school all day. So, I know how important it is to have original patterns that support you in allowing your work to be sold without a license (heck, even without credit!). Please feel free to sew and sell from this and all Love Notions patterns. No license or credit required!

 

6 Comments

  1. Dana R

    I LOVE this pattern and so do my 3 girls! Thanks Tami for another awesome pattern and look forward for more to come!!

    Reply
    • Tami

      Thanks Dana!

      Reply
  2. Terry

    This is such a great pattern!!!! I love the fun and “play” style you have!! Can’t wait to see your next project 🙂

    Reply
    • Tami

      Thanks for testing for me Terry! You did a great job. 🙂

      Reply
  3. Marge

    This is an adorable pattern! Sadly, I have no Gkids (yet?) to sew for, but just downloaded your Everyday Play Dress Doll Size pattern, as I can at least practice my sewing in the meantime — LOL! I wanted to inquire IF you’d be making an 18″ version of this sweet pattern — PLEASE?!!!

    Reply
    • Tami

      Thanks Marge! I don’t currently have a doll version of the Trendy Tunic on my list but I will consider adding it on. 🙂

      Reply

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