Daisy Knit Tunic
The Daisy knit tunic pattern has a comfy, snug fit with a pretty kick at the hemline. The back closure is just so adorable and easily done with a set of Kam-Snaps. The raglan sleeve is perfect for beginners as there is no ease at all around the sleeve head! It looks great and is comfortable to wear. I used the same fabric throughout but you can emulate the college shirt look by mixing and matching fabrics for sleeves and the body. Proudly say: ‘I made that!’
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Medium to heavier weight four-way stretch knit fabrics.
• Instantly downloadable pdf sewing pattern in English
• Video tutorials in English & German
• Written instructions (eBook) in English & German
What will I learn?
• How to insert raglan sleeve
• How to work with knit fabrics
• How to add embellishments to the hem
• How to use Kam-Snaps
• How to attach a facing to the neckline
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Reviewed by 01 customer(s)
This is one of my favorite knit patterns. I love the design as it is very unique and shaped so well. It’s wide enough to be comfortable for the little toddler especially but with a shape of a girls dress. It’s put together easily and it allows you to be creative. One dress with so many options from tunic to dress, to a starting point for any hacks you may want to do yourself.March 7, 2020