Learn To Sew With Knits: Make A Tunic Dress or T-Shirt!

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Learn To Sew With Knits: Make A Tunic Dress or T-Shirt!

60.00

This Ebony Tee Tunic happens to be my favorite stretchy fabric tunic. It’s flattering and comfortable to have for any body type, even during pregnancy, with its swingy, fluid drape as a wardrobe staple. You’ll want to make this again and again. Choose from raglan or set-in sleeves style. Or choose to make it a simple T-shirt without the swing. Great with leggings or skinny jeans.

Beginner Level, ages 16 and up

$50

3-hour class

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Ebony Tee Pattern by Closet Case

Pre-washed 60” wide medium-weight knits with at least 30% crosswise stretch, such as rayon, cotton, silk, merino & linen jerseys.

Sizes 0-12 = 1 ¾ yards and sizes, 14-20 =  2 yards

Stretch or jersey needle

All-purpose thread

1/4” wide clear elastic or twill tape to stabilize shoulder seams for Views A & B

Optional: double needle to finish hems