Sunday, 10 August 2008

Another Anna Tunic

I think overlocking is addictive. Or it could be this Anna Tunic from Amy Butler.

I made this one almost entirely on the overlocker and I'll say it again: it's quick!!
I changed the belt a bit. I was inspired by the fabric to create a thicker belt which is much more flattering for my shape. It is designed to sit under the best and cinch in the waist and I love how it alters the shape of the top. I'll model this properly later.

Sorry about the blurry pictures, I was in a hurry to get this blogged. I'm going to model it properly for the U-handblog comp (when I've brushed my hair!)

I overlocked around the neck-line and on the sleeves.

This belt was so easy to make and would look great with a plain shirt (FQF tute on its way).

Close up of the fabric-covered buttons.

I used overlock stitches on the lining and the hem.



Guess how much housework is NOT getting done in our house this week?

3 comments:

April said...

housework? what's that? Sewing and making is much more fun!

April xx

Celia said...

Oh, I am cutting this pattern tonight to make it for me. Hope it will be as nice as yours!!!!

blossomsmum said...

You have been busy can't wait to see you modelling your latest creation.xx