Friday, June 18, 2010

Museum Tunic + instructions

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Well I'm not sure what you were expecting. When I read my comments from the last post at dinner last night, I cracked up at the notion that some of you assumed that the flier image I showed in the post was the dress I was going for! SO funny! I guess you might think that at a glance. But come on, I only had about an hour! That would have taken at least an hour & 15 minutes (+ 2 days).

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Anyway, I've had the thought to make this ultra simple tunic from the Square Dance fabric for a while, and decided at the last minute last night to give it a quick whirl. It is truly nothing but rectangles and 1/4" elastic. I have Here are some quick renderings of the simple process drawn up for you. but didn't have time to edit and upload today. I promise I will edit this post to add them this weekend. (Do I keep promising things?)

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A few notes: I used what's considered a panel and a half of the Square Dance fabric (45" length). I started by cutting the panels apart into four pieces parallel with the selvages. In the sewing, I pressed open all seams, turned allowances under twice and topstitched them down on either side of the seam after step 2, step 3 and again after step 4. This way there are no raw edges anywhere, and you can catch the armhole and neckline openings in this step too. I used 3 rows of elastic about 1/2" apart from each other right under the bust for an empire silhouette. You just stretch the elastic as you zigzag it onto the wrong size. I find this so much quicker than the mock smocking technique with elastic bobbin. I also find it more reliable in terms of good stretch. And this fabric was so easy to follow a straight line because of the square print.

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The front is exactly the same as the back, and equally flattering from the front and the back too! And oh my gravy so comfortable. Perfect worn over a nude colored slip, or really any slip. I was originally going to wear it with the belt, but I decided it was a little dressier without for the occasion.

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The style could not be more simple, and it felt really appropriate to enter the amazing Golden Age of Couture show in something very simple. There is just no way to compete with the elaborate beauty that is on view now at the Frist Museum. Oh geez. SO gorgeous! I am gonna have to go over there several times this summer, to get a good look at everything. The hardest part for me was the urge to touch everything. Anyway, exciting news: the kind folks at the Frist have asked me to teach a workshop in conjunction with this amazing exhibit! I'll be teaching a sewing class at the museum at the end of the summer and all the info you need is here. They have a beautiful facility and it should be a wonderful inspiring time for me + 20 eager seamstresses!

Thanks for your enthusiasm yesterday about the dressmaking madness, and hope you try one too! xoxo, Anna

285 comments:

  1. The simplicity is so perfect. I like the way you let the fabric do its thing without too much fussing on your part. And the bracelet! Oh my!

    Congratulations on the workshop! Too much fun.

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  2. The dress is lovely. As soon as finished reading your post I honestly didn't know what to do first... post a comment or go sign up for the class. I am so happy that one of my favorite designers and I live in the same state. Yippeeeeee

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  3. The dress is awesome, and you look BEAUTIFUL! I can't wait for the renderings.. I'd love to see how you made this!

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  4. That is an adorable dress. I love the simplicity of it!!

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  5. i just registered for the class--so excited!
    i reasoned that nashville isn't toooooo far from atlanta, right?
    see you in august!

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  6. i have been dreaming of making something very similar to this for a beach cover up. But this is so lovely dressy:) Thanks for showing, it is beautiful!

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  7. Amazing as usual Ms. Horner!! LOVE IT! And the bracelet..oh my goodness so amazing.

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  8. You are amazing! I wish I could whip up a one hour dress!!

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  9. get OUT! You did not make that in an hour. I wish I could take your class - I will stay tuned for the tute!! You look fabulous!!

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  10. simply perfect.
    i love how you get a view of the "v" coming & going.
    beautiful!
    xo

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  11. Anonymous8:18 PM

    I love this dress!!! I'm working on you empire dress now, this will be next!!! You're so awesome!!!

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  12. this is incredible!

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  13. Love the simplicity. After seeing it I wanted to go and start sewing fabric. What a wonderful imagination you have.

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  14. So simple yet perfect. Love the spontaneous spirit. Hope you had an amazing time!

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  15. I'm fairly certain that a 6 hour drive from Little Rock would be worth every penny...I'm gonna have to think about this one for sure:)

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  16. where'd those shoes come from?! They're PERFECT!
    xo
    a
    beautiful!

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  17. Anonymous10:20 PM

    love it!!! much more comfy looking than the one many of us thought you were making up.. in one hour... and, yes... better without the belt.. for that particular occasion which, by the way... i so wish i lived close enough to attend.

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  18. Such a great dress! Love your bracelet, too. And now I'm looking forward to 500 miles each way in the car with the kiddos-- we have the puppet theater at the library for them to look forward to and the FRIST for me to look forward to. Love, love.

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  19. Original.
    Beautiful.
    You, and your dress.

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  20. It is lovely. Sometimes the simplicity is what makes it interesting! You seem to always know how to let the fabric shine through! It is also a style that flatters almost everyone= I look forward to the pattern!

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  21. The one in the picture was very nice, however yours is simply gorgeous :). Love the colors and the simplicity of the dress. Very chic.

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  22. Oh my goodness, this is the perfect dress. Please share the details. I'll need to make 20.

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  23. Hey! I just whipped up a dress that looks exactly like this... I saw a caftan/swim suit cover-up on the cover of J. Crew a couple of weeks ago and was like, "This is darling. I can totally make it." And I did. Yay! Yours looks wonderful. Your fabrics are flattering ALL over the place: on kids, adults, pillows, quilts, you name it!

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  24. You have really inspired me. I am working on a dress for my trip to Italia in September - keep it simple will be my mantra. You look fantastic.

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  25. This dress is absoloutley gorgeous and I NEED ONE! please please let us know how it's made so I can rush and buy the fabric and knock one up for myself!! Justine xx

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  26. That looks such a lovely comfortable dress and way to go on the class. Sewing and me are really not a match made in heaven but i do love to see what you and Creative Kismit (http://blog.creativekismet.com/ encase you've not seen her blog)have been up to :)

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  27. Oh how I wish I could come to your class!! But, alas, a $2000 plane ticket from Japan is just not in the family budget this year. Think you could come give a class in Okinawa? I know a ton of people who would attend!! (wink, wink) And, of course, LOVE the dress. I wish I could get some of that fabric over here, too. I will set out scouring the internet asap!

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  28. Cute dress, Anna Maria. You look wonderful in it!

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  29. Turned out really cute!
    I have a pattern that is somewhat similar, though the back is fully covered on mine. I love the way the fabric lays softly. Did it stay on our shoulders ok?

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  30. It's so great for something so simple! I bet it's the drape of the fabric that makes that possible.

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  31. Okay, love the dress...but am mostly excited about THE WORKSHOP! I took your class at watkins (for art teachers) a couple years back and think you are simply amazing. Signing up for your workshop today!

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  32. Dress is stunning in its simplicity and you look fabulous. And oh that bracelet...to die for!

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  33. beautiful! i do love that fabric so very much...i had a little clutch made out of it for my wedding day which is just a week 1/2 away now...i've been dying to show off the purse but am saving it for the special day :)

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  34. Ok, first of all your last minute dress is fabulous!!! Secondly, PAleeeeezzze post a tute for this! It's the first spring/summer frock that has a design that I can actually wear! I am, er, Ruban-esque, and could wear this tunic style and actually look good... Then I could also shorten amd make several shirts/blouses with a long, maybe sheered waist band.... Lots of possibilities! I have oodles of your lovely voile and have been waiting for just the right thing to make something for myself....

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  35. Oh wait! I just thought of another way to wear your voile with this pattern.... It could be worked into a very bohemian Kaftan! We could all chuck our sweats and walk around the house in flowy voile Kaftans! Just use elastic on the front under the tatas and let the rest flow....

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  36. Какая красота!!!! Я обожаю твой блог! Захожу сюда как на праздник! Спасибо тебе большое!
    Заходи ко мне в гости.)))
    Катя из России
    Хорошего дня!

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  37. Alright, I'm gonna try to make one. This is too cute and simple not to try. You looked gorgeous!!

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  38. Ack! I love this dress so much! The sleeves are just so beautiful and the length so flattering. Your fabric is just so beautiful and your eye for design impeccable. Thanks for showing us how you whipped it all together!

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  39. I have a few lengths of your voile that I'd like to use for this dress... so love it! The paneled fabric, alas, is not amongst my stash (yet) so I'm wondering approximatly what is the panel length.... needing to determine how much fabric is needed to help with the fabric choice.

    thank you!!

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  40. deb: 45" x full fabric width

    xo,Anna

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  41. Tobey2:24 PM

    Thank you so much for taking the time to put together directions for this. I have a yellow panel...just need to grab another one. I love your fabric so much. Wish I was closer to Nashville...I would love to attend your workshop in Aug. that would be a dream come true. But I live in Kansas City...so I don't think it will happen. You are just so inspiring! Thanks for all that you do:)

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  42. happy to read your post , were kind of waitting to see what you are up to , your sence of humor is fab .the dress is you ! quniqe and special .thanks for sherring it ,,, would have love to join your class ,,isreal ,,, too far .anyways i have the online so pretty happy have a wonderful weekend.

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  43. A gorgeous dress in beautiful fabric. I saw the Couture exhibition in London when it was shown at the V and A - breathtaking, just breathtaking.
    Kate Shepherd

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  44. hello...
    ooh i saw you!
    lovely lovely
    :)

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  45. Ellen5:55 PM

    This dress is beautiful!
    Is the square dance fabric yours? Where can I find it?

    What were the dimensions of the fabric pieces if I were to use a different fabric?

    Thanks!!!!

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  46. I want to make this dress!:D Can you sell kits? I just went to your shop, but don't see an option for ordering what I'd ned to be able to do this. You look stunning, as always<3

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  47. Love, love, love this!!!! Thanks for giving us instructions on how to pull this off for ourselves!

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  48. I love it! Makes me want to run right over to Textile!

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  49. Okay, I love this dress! Gonna have to make one -or more- for myself! I bet this will work with your other voiles too... Dobby dots prehaps, since there's straight edges that would be easy enough to follow...

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  50. Gorgeous - LOVE IT! I wish I could wear it too, perfect but you have more curves than me and the top just wouldn't fall as nicely without, for lack for a better term, more FILL than I have!

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  51. I just got your book and all this reading about maternity clothing makes me think... wouldn't this dress be suitable for a maternity dress, too? Adding extra length in the front would be a little trickier (?), but for early pregnancy it shouldn't matter that much. Hmmm.. I need to do some thinking :)

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  52. Oh my lord is that ever fabulous. LOVE IT!!

    Great job and thanks for the instructions.

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  53. Anonymous7:04 AM

    That's what I wanted to do with mine (I have the gorgeous aqua version)! Still haven't done any cutting. It's so nice!

    Caroline

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  54. Beautiful and so flattering!!! I just love sewing with your voiles, I'm so glad you've been posting projects you've made with them. So inspiring. And yes, I was fooled -- didn't realize that dress picture was the invite to your museum event, but don't worry, I still think you are AMAZING even if you can't make a tailored 50's dress in an hour (?!?) :P

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  55. Hi Anna Maria

    Very nice dress!

    A question

    I am about to make a quilt with good folks fabric - do you recommend to wash the fabric before cutting?

    Best regards from Denmark

    Pia :-)

    pia.m.hansen@gmail.com

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  56. Just what I need for the wedding we are going to end of July! Fabric is ordered...
    Thanks for sharing!

    Carla

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  57. Thank you for sharing the instructions--I love this dress!!

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  58. Anna, what size would you say this turns out to be? I just have to make it, but it will be my first attempt at making clothing, so I'm not sure how to measure yet! Thanks :)

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  59. Hi Swing Studio- I am not sure what size would translate to exactly, but quite variable I would think. You are essentially using a full width of fabric around all measurements which after seam allowances is probably about 50". So its very roomy, and the real fitting comes in where you place the elastic. I honestly think it would cover size small to xl, its just that the gathered effect would be a little different on everyone.

    xo Anna

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  60. Hi Anna Maria


    A question

    I am about to make a quilt with Good folks fabric - do you recommend to wash the fabric before cutting?

    Best regards from Denmark

    Pia :-)

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  61. HI Pia- I do think its best to wash fabrics before quilting if possible :)

    have fun!

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  62. Clarissa10:07 AM

    This is great. I've been looking for instructions for a tunic lately. I have some great fabric I've been wanting to use this will be perfect. Thanks for sharing oh and great dress!

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  63. That exhibit looks great! (Not to mention that the dress is perfect and lovely.) I wish I could figure a way to get to Nashville to see it.

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  64. Wonderul dress!!

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  65. I can't believe how gorgeous this is! It's so flattering and comfortable!

    I am also pouting - because I just cut out at least 10 pieces for a similar looking dress (facings along the neck line and back) but could have scrapped all that and just done this instead! I have some of the pastry-line voile in the marine, maybe I'll whip this up instead!

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  66. THANK YOU! You have helped me figure out what to do with this fabulous vintage fabric - it was previously drapes in my dining area but I've since redecorated. I can see it looking great with some solid navy banding at the neckline, sleeves, and perhaps bottom hemline.

    I also just ordered some more of your eccentric green Nouveau Bouquet fabric for pillows on our patio. So glad summer is here!

    -Eve
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    Atom & Eve Design

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  67. That is so lovely! My daughter loves sewing with your fabrics...I will pass this on to her!

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  68. Thank you so very much for posting this, Anna Maria...

    I have a $10 dress from Target that I have been living in all summer and it is the same shape and I have been dying to figure out how to make one for myself!

    Thank you thank you thank you!!!

    I will be cranking these out ASAP!!!

    XO,

    Rhea

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  69. This would look terrific in this bandana print that Vogue Fabrics has in stock in its Evanston store.

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  70. Cute! That's beautiful fabric, I love it.

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  71. thank you thank you thank you!!!

    love this dress!

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  72. I'm thinking this would be a great project to use a bolt of vintage japanese yukata (kimono) cotton fabric I've recently bought. The fabric is 36 cm wide (and 12 meters long), perhaps too wide, but I will see how it works out!
    I will share a picture of the results if I dare go ahead with the project.
    Thanks for your wonderful blog and greetings from Barcelona!
    Cristina

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  73. OMG that is beautiful!

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  74. The dress is gorgeous - and it looks like it's easy enough for a more beginner sewer like myself! I can't WAIT to try it, thanks so much for the tutorial sketch!

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  75. This. Is. Awesome. Thankyou very much for the diagrams, I find that so much easier to understand than having to get a paper pattern, cut that out and follow that. I want to see how the shapes fit together like that before I attempt anything, that way I understand it and have more chance of success. <3

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  76. Anna Maria,
    I ordered this sweet fabric kit from your shop, but I couldn't wait to make something from this oh so easy pattern. But my body is built differently than your dainty one...not that I'm a big girl, but this works better for those who are big on top and little down low. I think it gapes too much at the sleeves (so I tacked them under) and it was far too small at the hips. So I had to add an extra 8 inch panel on each side. So I'm not sure what to do when my fabric kit gets here as there won't be enough for my size. Do you have any ideas?

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  77. Awesome!! Are you going to do a more indepth tutorial? How do we measure? Thank you!

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  78. Lindsey- I am not a small girl- I wear a 10 typically and am 5-8" My measurements are about 40-31-39. Keep in mind too that this fabric is 55" wide, so I am not sure how wide the fabric is that you used, but as long as your largest measurement isn't bigger than 44 or so, you should be fine with the kit width.

    Also, shaping is going to be different for everyone. The real fitting comes in how many rows of elastic you use, where you place them, and also you can play with how low/high you sew up the side seams and the neckline opening.

    Hope this helps!
    xo,Anna

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  79. You are absolutely lovely!! I love this dress and the square dance fabric you used for it! Gorgeousness! I just might have to try my hand at this. I'm a novice when it comes to dress making but I have grand dreams of making several eventually : )

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  80. Very cute dress! Yet another reason that I am going to learn how to sew after this art fair is over end of July. My mom just offered me a sewing machine and I also have one already that needs to be fixed. This and a few other very easy dress and skirt patterns and an apron are high on my list of things to make.

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  81. I have a Sari that I don't use as such that might just be perfect for this. hmmm. gonna have to do it with something else first to get it down since I have never sewn unsupervised.

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  82. Beautiful! Really beautiful! I bought the pattern pack. I'd love to buy the pack for the lined socialite dress. I'm just waiting patiently for you to sell the instructions on how to add the lining also. ;)
    You are lovely!
    Jen

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  83. YES!!! You are so awesome! I recently bought a vintage table cloth and have been wanting a dress just like this out of it! I am super inspired and will be making mine this weekend!!!

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  84. Anonymous12:47 PM

    Awesome! Going to try this right away! Thanks for a great summer dress pattern!

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  85. I love this dress. Can you write the instruction in a non-sewing terms? I am a beginner and I want this dress so badly!!! I am a size XS too.

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  86. LOVE! I want to buy the same fabric and make it right now. Well done!

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  87. This is absolutely beautiful and I am making one right now for myself. I am putting together a detailed tutorial for it as I go. I hope it's okay with you! I'll send you a link when I'm done with it... almost there!

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  88. I helped a few friends make this tunic last night. Great pattern! A great project for those new to sewing! Thanks!

    http://paisleyandlace.blogspot.com/2010/06/museum-tunic-by-anna-maria-horner.html

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  89. i just finished up this today and will get pictures asap to you! i had to buy the same fabric too..it's just too beautiful..:) i love it! i did sew up the armholes a bit more and played around with the blousing of the top. i'm busty, so instead of an empire, i went with closer to my true waste for the elastic. the only issue i had was the blousing under the arms (it was looking just too big), but after fiddling with the elastic placement decided i liked it just fine afterall. it gives it a more bohemian look in my view..;)

    and you are right, it is super comfy!!

    i have an enchanted vintage (i think that is the name) sari skirt that is way too big and this will make the perfect dress pattern for it...thank you so much!!!

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  90. SOOOO cool!! I will definitely going to try it. Thanks for sharing!!

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  91. Oh I just found your blog and I can't even begin to tell you how excited I am about this dress! I have a couple of yards of a beautiful maroon jersey, and I think with just a couple tweaks, your museum tunic will make the most comfortable dress :-) Thanks! Great idea!

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  92. Finished it this morning before heading into the store :) So glad I stashed a few yards of Square Dance away before it flew out the doors.

    Pic: http://ow.ly/i/2jgf

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  93. I SOOO want to make this! I think I'm going to be ordering the fabric by later this week, and hopefully I don't mess this up :\

    It's such a beautiful dress, and your step by step directions and tips totally give me the confidence to try sewing it!

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  94. Annie6:01 PM

    Just finished it up and love it! It as the first dress I've ever sewn. My 4 year old said "You should've bought that dress a long time ago!" I happily told him mommy made it. Thanks for the simple and beatiful pattern.

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  95. oh my goodness i love this dress! u make it sound sooo simple, but i hope it really is for a beginner like me! i'm totally going to try and make some time this holiday weekend to make it, can't wait!!

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  96. This is so beautiful, and so simple looking to do :)
    I may have to try this....

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  97. Anonymous8:49 AM

    Gosh, I hope no one asked this question already....how long of a space did you leave for the neck and your arm holes. I'm sure it varies, just trying to get an average idea...thanks! I love the dress by the way...and your beautiful fabrics.

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  98. I love this! It looks so easy! Thanks for the post!

    <3 Kenzie

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  99. Great day and thanks for the pic instructions! Have a wonderful day.

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  100. Shelly4:30 PM

    What size elastic do you recommend for the waist?

    Many thanks!

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  101. Beautiful simplicity. The fabric is retro-fabulous-- especially with those peek-a-boo shoes. LOVE.

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  102. Well... where do I start?? The dress is beautiful, since I'm commenting on this blog!
    You are ever so inspirational! I've been back reading your blog, having found you today and am loving it!
    Hope you don't mind me adding a link to your site on my new little blog:
    www.lalomino.wordpress.com
    Just in case you have a little time on your hand and feel like it, please visit me once in a while! :) Lalomino will aim to be crafty and show off my budding creativity :)
    xx
    Veronika

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  103. I love your dress!! I tried it on my own and it looks like I have boobs on my back LOL!! I'll have to give this one a little more effort before I can wear it out in public...

    Yours looks great and thanks for "how-to"!

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  108. Anonymous9:39 AM

    I love how you made your tunic look like this. beautiful.

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  109. Thank you for sharing this lovely pattern. I would like to make something like this for myself. I don't have the panel but do have some of the other voile from the collection. How should I cut my strips so I can make one?

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  111. The dress is lovely. As soon as finished reading your post I honestly didn't know what to do first... post a comment or go sign up for the class. I am so happy that one of my favorite designers and I live in the same state. Yippeeeeee The dress is awesome, and you look BEAUTIFUL! I can't wait for the renderings.. I'd love to see how you made this!

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