Mulberry Tunic by Willow & Co

So, as I wrote in yesterday’s post, here comes another pattern testing from Willow & Co.

Again, if you don’t know about Willow & Co, it’s the pattern company some amazing talented ladies gathered to offer great sewing patterns.

And I got two awesome opportunities to test their patterns from their newest, Wanderlust, a glamping collection. Woohoo!

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This is Mulberry Tunic by Olga Becker from Kid Approved.

The tunic is sized 18mo, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12. It’s suitable for boys and girls.  It features two sleeve lengths with an optional button tab on the short sleeve, optional hood, front button placket, inseam pockets and chest pocket. Designed for woven fabrics (but Olga made one in knit and it was fabulous!).

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I made a short sleeve without button tab, with inseam pockets and a chest pocket. I used Tule by Leah Duncan for Art Gallery Fabric for the main fabric and Dear Stella fabric for the contrast (neck binding and the chest pocket).

A loved the inseam pockets as much as I loved them 🙂

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This tunic is cute pairing with shorts as much as pants.

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(In case you are wondering, “what the heck is this awesome pants!?”, well it is Hosh Pants and I will write a post about it + another pattern from Perfect Pattern Parcel #2 for its blog tour on this Friday! So stay tuned :))

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I think this is the first time to make a pattern for Olga, but as I assumed, she did incredibly great job. It really is well thought and made pattern.

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I bet you’ve seen some Willow & Co patterns testing post this week! These awesome patterns will be for sale starting April 22nd. Visit Willow and Co to find out more!

Happy Sewing! (And come back on Friday to see this awesome Hosh Pants!)

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  1. […] testing like crazy lately (and still working on two pattern testing right now…), I made a tunic, a peplum top, a rain poncho and a rain jacket for my girls! So. Obviously, it’s time to […]

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