Ania

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This is the Ania Tunic from Coffee+Thread, and it’s just released today! I love the vintage, timeless look of this style, and it’s clean finishing. It’s full of options, so it fits every season and style!

The skirt of the woven version is attached with no seams showing on the inside, and I learned a new technique that allows you to enclose the seam without top stitching. It looks so neat from the outside and the inside!

You can make it with short or long sleeves, and you can even make it out of knit! The knit version is very simple, with no opening or button in the back, just a neck band. I whipped up the knit version in no time.

I just absolutely love this style. The woven version is classic, and comfy, and will last for a long time. The knit version is also comfy (um…knit!!) and I love it styled as a tunic length dress with tall socks 🙂

On sale for $6 for the release. This pairs perfectly with the Wild and Free Lounge pants, I’d encourage you to check them out too!

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Fabric sources:

Woven floral: Joann

Knit floral: Girl Charlee (affiliate link)

Ania

Wild and Free Lounge Pants

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Picture overload ahead. Because CATS on PANTS!!! I can’t with these. My daughter is crazy about them too, and she’s growing more and more independent in her fashion choices as she gets older.

Two views are included in this pattern, the first is designed to allow you to add 3D ears, and the second is a solid pattern piece that you can add an applique to at the knee if you wish. Several animal faces and applique shapes are included, in two sizes, for the smaller and larger size ranges. Pockets with a pocket bag, pockets stitched to the front of the pant, faux pocket, or no pocket are also options.

The animal faces are designed to be painted on, but plotter machine files are included as well.

Coffee+Thread is releasing this pattern on sale for $5!!!!!!!!!!! (through Thursday, April 28th 2016) So go get it now, and make some pants!

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Fabric sources:

Grey French Terry: Sincerely Rylee

Pink French Terry: Upcycled from an old pair of my pants

Animal Print: Hancock Spot the Bolt table (😭😭😭😭 that I’m losing that store)

The tank top is the Tyler Tank from Funktional Threads in a rayon spandex from Hancock flat fold table.