Truly a One Hour Pattern

Butterick Tunic 004

Butterick 5247

This is the simplest of patterns.  It’s 3 pieces, front, back, and collar.  It has cut-on sleeves with lots of different ways to wear it.  My fabric is a fairly substantial sweater knit.  Make sure the knit is not too flimsy.  This truly was a 1-hour pattern, from start to finish.  Mind you, I didn’t finish any of the seams (all 5 of them) and the hems were just turned up and stitched.  Super cute!!

Butterick Tunic 003

Normally, I make size 12 in any of the Big 4, but for sack-y type things like this, I go down to size 10.  Stay warm!

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    • Shannon
    • January 10th, 2010

    So cute! I have been eying this pattern in my stash for a while – based on your results, I really should be making this tunic up!

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