Apr 16, 2014

Fawn Lily Tunic

Today I am sharing the third of four patterns I tested for Willow & Co (you can catch the first two here and here if you missed them).  This is the Fawn Lily tunic designed by Rebecca from Rock the Stitch and man is it cute!


This tunic has a really unique design; I have never seen anything quite like it before.  It has a really cool crossover yoke that eliminates the need for any type of closures, so no button holes to sew or zippers to install…awesome!
It also has a pretty unique construction and you end up with no exposed seams on the sleeves. 


I used some hounds tooth fabric from Michael Millers Bella Butterfly line that I have been hanging on to for about a year along with the fabric I used in my Persimmon dress.  It felt good to finally use it and I just love how it looks on this top.  I paired it with a solid blue I picked up at Joann’s


This pattern also comes with a dress option, I decided to go with the tunic because I have been making Em so many dresses lately, and it was nice to add a top to her wardrobe.  There are also options for a gathered skirt or pleated skirt and options for a button yole and pleated sleeves.


I have one more Willow & Co pattern I tested to share with you tomorrow so swing by and check it out!


  1. I love the colors you chose! Beautiful, Crystal!

  2. It's so sweet! I really love this version you made! Thank for sharing Crystal :)

  3. Hey everyone, I stumbled upon this fantastic collection of kids' paintings on Depositphotos that I thought would add a charming touch to your Fawn Lily Tunic projects. The vibrant hues and imaginative strokes in these images can inspire unique design elements for your creations. Check them out here: kids painting images Collection. I noticed some amazing craftsmanship in the comments, and I believe incorporating these adorable paintings could elevate the charm of your Fawn Lily Tunic. Imagine playful scenes or abstract patterns on pockets or sleeves. Let your creativity run wild! Feel free to share your thoughts on this idea, and I'd love to hear how you all interpret and implement these delightful paintings into your sewing projects.



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