In today's post, I will show the final photos for the last two designs, of which you have seen to some degree in older posts, which is why I saved these for last. The Juliet Tunic is the next installment in the tunic line of patterns. It has what I like to call a "bust enhancing" bodice with an Empire waist and A-line skirt, so it will look great on everyone! This one is wonderful on its own or you can wear a shorter version with jeans. The shortest version is great under a jacket with some nice pants. The important thing is it is super fast to sew and gives you a lot of opportunities with fabric choices.
The last design is the Francesca Skirt. This one is based off our other yoked skirts, only this time, I split up the skirt portion into panels and gathered them. Then I added some great little details like an optional belt, ruffles, fabric flowers, and last but certainly not least, little fabric inserts between the panels. We all have Jona from Fabritopia to thank for that! You can hop on over to her GREAT blog and fabric website over there on the right hand side where I have her blog (Stop Staring and Start Sewing) and website (Fabritopia) listed. There will be a little surprise for her in that pattern! Hey Jona, if you are reading this, you will know very soon what that little surprise is (you probably can already guess anyway)! This is an easy skirt and again lets you play with lots of fabrics!
If you would like to see photos that give you a little more detail, check out the post when I first introduced these two designs on July 15th. Well, I have some more sewing to do today....then I should be finished by the end of the week....I think my machines will enjoy a small vacation. I know my hands will! Happy sewing and we'll talk again next week!