My name is Berritt. I love crafting, I've been creative as long as I can remember. I have many hobbies (many that come and go!) but sewing has been one that has stuck with me. I taught myself to ...
My name is Berritt. I love crafting, I've been creative as long as I can remember. I have many hobbies (many that come and go!) but sewing has been one that has stuck with me. I taught myself to create patterns, to grade sizes, and to digitize the patterns in adobe Illustrator. It's an ongoing learning process and I love it. I started selling my patterns on etsy in July of 2010 and was actually in the TOP 500 etsy sellers last year!! Number 459, to be exact. That is actually a pretty big deal! Out of ALL the etsy sellers out there...I was number 459. My other interests are baking, photography, and scuba diving (Yes, here in the Puget Sound) I can spin yarn and knit but don't do it often anymore.
I have 4 beautiful daughters that I adore, and a wonderful and supportive husband who is absolutely the love of my life! I couldn't do all that I do without him standing behind me (supporting my ever growing list of hobbies and letting me buy all the supplies my heart desires!) I have a sweet German Shepherd named Scout, 2 cats, Oliver and Tuna, and a micro flock of backyard chickens. It's a zoo around here. A busy, busy zoo. It's often chaotic, and cluttered. But I'm so very lucky.
Sew your own fun and comfy Tunic! This pattern includes sizes 9 months to size 14. It is a favorite around here. It looks especially cute over leggings.
The pattern includes 2 assembly options, sizes 9 mos to 14 and 4 pages full of detailed photo instructions. This is an intermediate pattern to sew. All instructions are done using a sewing machine. You do not need a serger to sew this dress! (But a serger is great if you have one... I usually use my serger for everything!)
Of course, you are more than welcome to sell (unlimited) items that you make from this pattern and I would LOVE to see what you make!
**Remember, DO NOT SCALE when you print. Your printer might tell you that "some clipping may occur"... ignore it. Keep scaling OFF!!**