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Friday, October 15, 2010

Kyoto Flower Tunic / Túnica Flor de Kyoto

100% Cotton / size 4-5
100% Algodón / talla 4-5


  1. Very Pretty! I love the purple and green!
    Thanks for linking to Making It With Allie!
    I hope to see you next week!

  2. This is fantastic. I've always loved this color combination. I call it the "Pistachio effect". The tunic turned out great. I really need a little girl to sew for.

    I'd love if you came and linked up your top in my Top-toberfest link party. I'm celebrating tops and tees all week long.



  3. This is great. I really LOVE the color combination. I like to call it the "Pistachio effect". I'd love it if you'd link this post (along with any other tops and tees) to my Top-toberfest link party. I'm celebrating tops and tees all week long, I'd love it if you joined in on the fun.


    Tricia leafytreetopspot.blogspot.com

  4. I bet that your beutiful fabrics and clothing can make anyone so jealous. May you show us how to make one of your top?

  5. Hi Tara! Tanks for your sweet comment! About sharing how to make one of my tunics, that´s easy and complicated at once. I actually bought the pattern on Etsy and then "Frankensteined" it. Yes, I totally did NOT follow the rules´(I´ve still got that rebel in me!)The pattern is made to be reversible and does not use bias tape. The link to the pattern on Etsy is:

    and if you would like me to explain how I re-did and overhauled this specific pattern just gimme a holler!

  6. love this fabric! it looks so fabulous, thanks for sharing at my saturday soiree!

  7. i featured this today on my blog :) thanks for sharing at my saturday soiree!!

  8. Hi Clau, I´ve seen the tunic pattern in etsy. Love your version much more. I like the way you choose fabric for tunic and bias tape, too. As I see, you made two different button closures for this tunic and the twirl tunic. May 100 readers be a reason for a new tutorial :)