May 27, 2008

Amy Butler Tunic, Part One

My friend Sabrina and I met together at the Richland Sewing Center and started our first session of two making the Amy Butler Anna Tunic. Visit Amy Butler's page, you can order some FANTASTIC patterns and even offers some patterns for free that you can download. I can't wait to see what it looks like next Tuesday. Here is how far I got today. It may not look like much, but trust me, it was a lot of work. The body of the tunic will be dropped down lower once I get the yoke (the round part of the top) added next week! I also got to use a serger today for the first time ever. I always thought that a serger would be useless, but after today, I have discovered what a joy sergers are. Might have to add one to the Christmas list!!!


  1. I bought my serger at the Richland sewing center! funny.....small world!

    Your tunic is going to be great!

  2. Ooh, I recognize that fabric...I can't wait to see how it turns out!

  3. Looks great! Oh and thank you for the bowl idea for scraps of fabric, it works GREAT!

  4. I spent today throwing my scraps on the stinkin' floor. I'm going downstairs right now to get that bowl...

  5. Your Amy Butler tunic will look great! You're right, adding the yoke totally changes the look.

    Hey, I'm moving to Texas in a few months! :)


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