Vogue Tunic

By Youanna

Hi friends,

I have been away from posting new stuff lately, but I was still sewing and knitting a bit. Bare with me a little, and you will soon see what I have been working on lately.

Vogue 8771  - was my project for a little while, and I have been able to get a few shots in the process, and a few others while wearing my own creation. I love this tunic so so much, that I have already started a similar one but in different colours. Here are the drawings from Vogue:


A few words about the project: I have used Ponte di Roma knit, orange and brown. This knit does not have so much stretch, but the design has plenty of ease. As bad as it sounds, I did not make a muslin. I trusted my skills enough to cut the fabric bang on. Sleeve length had to be adjusted, of course, also I found that the tunic was large on my hips, and I did take in a bit there. Sewing was pretty straight forward and easy. I also got the hang of my serger, and we now do just fine together! Here is my project in pictures:


Testing the pattern paper on the form.


Work in progress with actual fabric.


Neckline on the form


Happy seamstress! :)


Arm details


Neckline detail


Not sad at all! Just a meditation moment!

Happy sewing! And love to you all!




4 Comments on Vogue Tunic

  1. Daniela
    February 19, 2014 at 1:15 pm (7 months ago)

    Your sweater looks amazing!!! The colors suit you very well and I love your topstitching on the neckline.

    • Youanna
      February 19, 2014 at 2:47 pm (7 months ago)

      Thanks! :) That topstitching is a 3 tread coverstitch; so easy to make on the Babylock serger! I also use that coverstitch for hemming too.

  2. Kerry
    February 20, 2014 at 10:32 am (7 months ago)

    This is lovely, it’s really striking and unusual, I bet you get lots of people asking where you got it from! Glad the post about the New Look 6000 dress was helpful to you, good luck with it.

    • Youanna
      February 20, 2014 at 2:29 pm (7 months ago)

      Thanks Kerry!


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