Kay shows how to build this beautiful bias edging in a few simple steps. When selecting fabric you can choose to contrast, coordinate, or match your fabric exactly for a wide variety of different looks. You're sure to be confident and ready to trim after watching this segment!
Anyone here remember wearing this your teen years? I'm raising my hand!!! My most memorable tunic was one I bought on a school trip to the big city of Toronto. It came from an ethnic shop, was made from a gauzy cream-colored fabric. Laugh if you like but a lovely shade of muslin was my "go to" color choice for tops back then. This ready-made tunic was trimmed with beads around the split neckline and sleeve hems. It made a great souvenir and the perfect companion to my bell bottom jeans :-)
Traditional tunics never went out of the mainstream in some cultures, and I think it's safe to say that tops with a similar, though slightly different look have been popular for a long time. Modified versions of tunic style tops keep showing up in both ready to wear and the major pattern big three pattern books.
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