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May 3, 2011

Scrap heap project: Completed 2


I completed 4th and 5th projects from my scrap heap! My 1st through 3rd projects are posted here. I wanted to make something new, but quick until I get up to my speed while I recover from the delivery. These tunics are super easy to make, and you can make them in so many different variations. These tunic and dress are made out of one big rectangle fabric! Can you believe it?

I first made the one on the left as a tunic. While I was sewing the tunic, I realized that it could be a dress by just lengthening the rectangle. I also added a waist sash for the dress version to make it somewhat different.

Is anyone interested in tutorial of how to make these tunic/dress? I can write a simple diagram of how-to if anyone wants to know:)

30 comments:

Ruth said...

hello! i would love to know the how-to for the tunic. since i am quite a newbie with sewing :)

thanks in advance!

Ruth

Steph said...

I would love to see a tutorial as well!

Katherine said...

I would love the tutorial, it would be great fr my summer holiday.

Anonymous said...

Yes pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeease!
Thanxs in advance

Anonymous said...

薄手の生地も簡単に扱えそうだね^^ ぜひ作り方教えてちょ♪

stm said...

ごめん!↑のコメントstmでした。

Jessica said...

i'd love a tutorial if you find the time! this would be a great spring/summer dress.

Jessica said...

i'd love a tutorial if you find the time! this would be a great spring/summer dress.

zhing said...

gorgeous! :) i would love to give it a go! and happy birthday, dear!! xx

Regine said...

I would love to see the tutorial too, and I love the tunic on the left the fabric used is so pretty, cant find it in singapore T.T

Megan said...

I would love to see a tutorial on this. I really love the red one. And the trim gives it a real sweetness.

Samantha Nandez said...

Love them!! They are sooo cute!!

I hope you and the new baby are doing well <3

Mardel said...

They are adorable. I would love to see a tutorial for this.

Laura said...

The dress on the right is beautiful! It looks like a folded and tied rectangle. Anyway, I'd love to see the tutorial. :)

mandiegirl said...

These are beautiful Chie! Love them!!

♥モチ said...

:O it's so pretty~!!!
tutoriall please~! :D

Lorena O'Neal said...

so gorgeous! I definitely want to know how you made them :)

Amy W said...

Tutorial PRETTY please!!!

Steph- Anthro-esque said...

Yes, please!
I would love a tutorial on how to make the dress (or tunic)

Thanks!

am12pm said...

Love the ease of the tunic and the making of it!! Please share your directions and dimensions!!

ooobop.com said...

They are both so elegant. I am intrigued how these happen out of a rectangle. So yes please to the tutorial! Amazing that you are so productive so soon! Lots of lovely wishes, Janene x

Hannah said...

I love the colours! It would be grat if you could write a tutorial!! =)

Jodie said...

Would love a tutorial. Very cute!

Anonymous said...

yes to the tutorial!

carah said...

yes please. A tutorial would be great. I particularly love the top!! Im impressed that you are still sewing with a new baby to look after!!!!

Alison H said...

Oh yeah tutorial for sure!!! The pale pink is gorgeous.

Charley said...

I want to know!!!!

Jessica said...

ohh i'd love a tutorial!!

missliendo said...

o...m..g... i would love for you to do a tutorial on this

kajsa said...

Im completely in love with that rusty red kimono dress. I want it for my Bali-trip!!