CHICKEN HILL shares the pretty "RISEnSHINE" upcycled TUNIC Pattern & Tutorial. A great way to reuse/rework a women's skirt. Very versatile and comfortable to wear (no buttons or elastic). The "RISEnSHINE" upcycled TUNIC is designed with a generously flared, A-line shape.
This Tunic design will GROW with your child! Feel free to make it a bit larger to fit as a dress now and then it will transition into a tunic for your quickly growing peeps. It also works well throughout the seasons. Everything from a breezy summer tank to winter-layers with a long sleeved shirt.
This EASY-TO-SEW pattern features color photographs and step by step SIMPLE Tutorial instructions. This would be a great beginning Sewist project! Just three pieces!!!
I've also included directions for those that have a serger (optional). Remember, you DO NOT have to have a serger to make this!!!
Includes the BIRD APPLIQUE too!
***This is for the PDF pattern only, not the actual "RISEnSHINE" upcycled Tunic.
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You may not resell this pattern, tutorial, or any portion thereof. You may make clothing using this pattern, and you may sell those clothes, but you may not resell this pattern. I would appreciate letting the world know that you used a CHICKEN HILL pattern, but that's entirely up to you and your conscience.
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I am a craftster-of-many trades. When I am not busy homeschooling my three peeps, Im crafting it up in some form or fashion. First knitting project ever exhaustingly, an Icelandic sweater. Ever ...
I am a craftster-of-many trades. When I am not busy homeschooling my three peeps, Im crafting it up in some form or fashion. First knitting project ever
exhaustingly, an Icelandic sweater. Ever painted a vehicle?
oh yes she did, a VW van. Make kids clothes out of curtains?
cant believe my son didnt dig those funky overalls. Made knitwear for my chickens
.no, but I did strongly consider the cuteness factor.
I love a challenge, you could say. I love to shop locally and breath new life into discarded items. I believe in second chances. Whoa! Am I writing an Craftsy profile or an online-dating profile? Better stop here...you get the idea. I love to upcycle!!!
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