Tuesday, October 22, 2013

The Norah Tunic

The epic debut pattern from Mouse House Creations has been released! Woohoo! And I am here to show you another version of the the Norah Dress and Tunic; further proof of the awesomeness of this pattern. ;)

This time I made a tunic version in knits! For the body of the tunic I used Michael Miller interlock knit. It is the Mod Dots by Patty Young. <3

I didn't quite have enough of the Mod Dots to make long sleeves, so, on a whim, I added a little flutter sleeve on top to tie it all in. I really love how it all came together!

The collar is a woven cotton. Mixing the two turned out perfectly. Although in the tester group this pattern turned out awesomely whether it was made from all wovens, all knits, or a mix of the two. It is truly very versatile!

 The length of the tunic is just right for an active girl. It hits right at her lower hips. That makes it long enough not to ride as she is moving around and still covers everything when she actually sits down too.

 The A-line body is also great for allowing movement and play.

Do you love it yet? Head over to Welcome to the Mouse House for more testers versions. And find out where you can pick up a copy of the pattern. With so Many options it is sure not to disappoint!

No reason to be upset; the Norah Dress and Tunic Pattern is on sale until Tuesday night! So head over and check out all the details now! You are gonna Love it!

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