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The Pear Picking Tunic

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  1. Jamie Lynn

    This is awesome! What a cutie! Thanks for the tut! Love your blog! Have a great day!<br />Jamie<br />

  2. Straight Grain

    What a gorgeous tunic! I love the collar (which isn&#39;t &quot;really&quot; a collar, I know, but still ;-))

  3. Stephanie Wharton-Lynch

    Love this! We got to pick pears from a friends tree this year and my daughter loved it! You should make some pear butter-my new favorite!

  4. Jessica at Me Sew Crazy

    so so so so so so so pretty Shauna!!! I hope you will upload it into SewSet, I am in love with this. The colors are so pretty, your little girl is just gorgeous! Great photos!

  5. {jen} iCandyhandmade

    I love this! Adorable. Now I just need to try to shirr…I have avoided it since a six-hour disaster on my old machine.

  6. Leah

    So cute Love it. So going to make this for my daughter. Thanks<br />

  7. @lliE

    This turned out So cute! Nicely done.

  8. Stephanie

    Oh my, this is so cute. Do you care if I pin it on Pinterest? Shuttermom77 at gmail dot com

  9. Shannon

    Love this as a tunic and much easier than a peasant top! (Pretty!)

  10. Pluisje

    I&#39;ve seen a lot of your creations already, but I&#39;ve to say, you make very nice things. This tunic is so cute and your daughter is really adorable. She knows how to pose for the camera 🙂

  11. Jenni

    beautiful job! 🙂

  12. Jane@Buzzmills

    Love it! So cute!! I really love the neckline. And thanks for the little lesson on shirring…i have never done shirring and I am a little nervous…so thanks for the encouraging words 😉

  13. mamagwenm

    This is gorgeous, love it!

  14. Emily

    Oh what a perfect fall tunic! I will have to try shirring again but maybe with fancier thread. 🙂

  15. Mary Ann

    oh, my. the tunic is so lovely…as is your daughter. you have the best tutorials, ever! thanks for sharing!

  16. Without Directions

    I really like this top. I recently made something very similar. (only difference is a shired the sleeves and the lower waist and I had contrasting fabrics.) But I love the look of the high neck. I might have to do another one.

  17. Vanessa@Designs By Sessa

    This is so adorable!!! Such a sweet and stylish little girl! 🙂

  18. Crafts For My Critter

    Adore this! I must say, when I first saw the picture I had two thoughts. First, I am so buying this pattern. Secondly, I wonder if it&#39;ll have a long sleeve option. Okay, so it&#39;s a free tut, which I love, so thank you! If you were so inclined to make this into a pattern, rest assured that I would be first in line to purchase!

  19. nicole / Twitter: BTHM1

    what length of ribbon did you use for your &#39;belt&#39;? thanks!

  20. Lindsey

    This is so cute! I&#39;m definitely making this as my first of the fall wardrobe options :)<br />I love your blog. I can&#39;t imagine how much time it takes to put up so many QUALITY posts, tutorials, and patterns as you do. I appreciate your time very much. Thank you for helping keep my kids stylish and opening so many sewing technique possibilities for me to try out. Have a wonderful week!

  21. tlm2006

    This was too cute to pass up! I just finished my first one out of a gorgeous fall corduroy! It turned out great, do I went out and got some plaid flannel and some soft wool. I recently learned to shirr and these give me lots of practice! Thank you so much for sharing it!

  22. hmgarver421

    This is adorable! Do you backstitch when you shir the fabric? And are you doing several lines of it or kind of zig zag at the end of the line? I&#39;ve never tried it! Thanks!

  23. cashmere

    You can sew a poncho tunic top for kids in 15 minutes. Double the fabric stitch 2 sides leaving 4-5 inches near armhole. Cut a round neck and hem neck and tunic top bottom. Try it – super fun!

  24. Lo Chloe

    Hi I just love your creations they are gorgeous!!! U+I have already buy some of your patterns but I don&#39;t really know if the seam and hem allowances are included on pattern pieces?? Thanks!!

  25. Umm Hamza

    I abosloutly love this top!! I made it out of cotton and it was beautiful. I am now trying to make it out stretchy corduroy, and it is just NOT puckering up as it is supposed to with the elastic thread! Any suggestions?

  26. SAndy

    This tunic/dress is adorable. I only have grandsons right now but maybe in the near future I will havea granddaughter I can make one or two of these for. Thank you for sharing this patter/instructions.

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