For the Love of Dresses & Tunics – The Origami Tunic

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With spring around the corner I decided it was time for a little wardrobe revamp, anyone else feel this way?  I’m ready for warm weather and new colors!  I might not be able to get the warm weather yet, but I can start on some new clothes!
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I’ll be honest here, until my New Years weight loss resolution starts working, I’m happy in my leggings.  Which means I need new tunics!  I’d been eyeing the Origami Tunic from Love Notions (affiliate link) for awhile so this tour came along at just the right time.
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I found the most perfect rayon/spandex blend at Joann’s that had exactly the drape I was hoping for.  And bonus, since i’m short…I just need to add a few inches and I think I can get a few dresses with this pattern for summer.  Not to mention the Cardigan in the pattern also that I have yet to try.
This was a really quick sew, especially since I took a little shortcut and left the bottom unhemmed.  Since it’s a knit and won’t fray, I love leaving the raw edge on stuff for myself.
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Be sure to keep following along on our tour, lots of amazing ladies with some fabulous inspiration.  When you’re ready to make your own wouldn’t it be fabulous to get FREE patterns and FREE fabric to make some??  Be sure to enter HERE for a chance to win $50 to Girl Charlee plus FIVE patterns of your choice from Love Notions.

 

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6 thoughts on “For the Love of Dresses & Tunics – The Origami Tunic

  1. Kelly February 10, 2016 / 7:30 pm

    You are adorable! Thank you so much for joining the tour!

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    • beribeedesigns February 10, 2016 / 7:33 pm

      Thank you so much for having me!!! And thanks 🙂 you’re too sweet!

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  2. Alyssa Cunningham February 12, 2016 / 2:24 am

    I love these! You should add these to your shop because I could use some maternity options. 😉

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  3. tamiatlovenotions February 12, 2016 / 3:21 am

    I live in leggings and tunics too, they’re so comfy! You look great in your Origami, thanks for joining the tour!

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