I made these for the girls a while ago
They are Muffin Tunics (Ottobre 1/2008) without the bottom piece and they have no openings at the back and slightly different cuffs. So not possibly no longer Muffin Tunics?!
They are a lovely fit and seem easy to wear.
I promise the stripes are straight in reality! Wouldn't you wonder how the one on the ground is the one with the helmet on, instead of the one on the trike?
You wouldn't think to look at them that they refuse to sleep in their beds at bed-time, now that they've moved out of their cots...or that they get up at 5.30am every morning!!!WTF! Moving swiftly along...grrrr!
Thanks to everyone for your well wishes for my mother. She is now safely over her operation and is recovering at a friend's house until after the weekend. We have a wedding to go to tomorrow, so she'll have somone to look after her there...I think my MIL will have enough to look after with 4 kids!
On the subject of the wedding...What do you think of this? Would you laugh at me if you met me wearing it at a wedding? I mean the head-piece btw...obviously if you met me wearing a grey fleece to a wedding, I wouldn't blame you for laughing!
I got my hair chopped yesterday...I should get it done more often....
It is from a tutorial over at No Big Dill. It's not that I think it's laughable, in fact I think all the things Katy makes are brilliant...It's just that this was originally made for a child for a hair-band (I made it on grips/clips)...Would I as an adult, wearing a hand-made dress and a hand-made coat (possibly) look like an episode of Blue Peter? It's the Grey Parfait in case you're wondering...trust me, it looks better in reality than in photos!
Have a wonderful weekend everyone...M x
PS... both tunic fabrics are form Sewfabrics on ebay, the floral is ex Boden. Ribbing is from Dots'n'Stripes.