Home not jealous… My son has had his tunic, here is my daughter a little Bohemian-inspired…

The opportunity poking around in my collection of magazines burda and fall on that one.

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

I wanted a simple model without too much fuss and it's the sleeves detail that challenged me…

 

technical drawing

technical drawing

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

I love the style "peace and love" and the inclusion lace fabric is just beautiful…

The other child models in the magazine are very nice also, "boho chic" style that I like…

 

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

the other models are nice too

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

Here is the fabric that I used, live the end bottom of my closet once again… memory that is still an old "fabric stop" buying Metro Crown in Paris.

A veil of cotton perforated with its bubbles of different sizes, easy enough to work.

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

the decorated back of PomPoms

The back is simple with a small slit for the head without problem. I do my biases in the same fabric and I sewed it to hand for "clean" finishes.

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

I got these mini PomPoms on a Ribbon bought years ago (a polka dot Ribbon embellished with tassels and I took in three different colors…).

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

We guess the atypical design of the sleeves…

These sleeves "hammer" (I think it's called like that) were not difficult to climb. Go to the bottom of the armhole, stop when the seam makes an angle, good clip and continue sewing by repositioning the needle. On a thicker fabric, I would have perhaps had more difficult, but here nickel not a fold on the horizon…

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

go to the photo shoot…

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

tunic of the magazine burda August 2015

 

RECAP:

  • boss: tunic 135 of the burda of August 2015.
  • Fabric: A veil of cotton "fabric stop" bought several years ago. Still me have a fall to a collection for next year…
  • size: 128, the ultimate size of the model. It was time that I put on there… unless I extrapolate the size overhead for next year…
  • again? This is a good basic I find that can highlight a nice fabric and why not the drawing of the armhole using two different fabrics… to meditate…