Maggie Mae tunic Pattern has been so much fun to remix (not to mention the few tunics she already had from the pattern) Don't worry though I have re-mix ideas for the other patterns too. This dress is one of my favorites but Abbey was in no mood for a photo shoot, so bare with me for the 3 pictures I could get.
fluffy belt from this dress. The fabric was a perfect match so it just kind of happened. The perfect dress for the transition into spring.
pattern and instructions for Front and Back A piece. Then for the Front and Back B piece we will make two of the same size pieces. To do this cut both out on a fold but move the piece over from the edge several inches. Then cut the side at and angle for a slight flair. Cut the piece the length you want the dress (keep in mind you will have the Front and Back A piece sewn to the top)
in the pattern. Then sew the Front and Back B as if it were the Skirt piece of the pattern. (pockets included) Then you should have the skirt piece and top bodice with buttons.