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60s Baby Doll Tunic Tutorial

By: Riva from rivaladiva.com
60s Baby Doll Tunic Tutorial
60s Baby Doll Tunic Tutorial
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Transform an old long-sleeve tee into a chic and trendy tunic that's figure flattering and fashionable with this 60s Baby Doll Tunic Tutorial. Made in a 1960s inspired baby doll silhouette, this tunic sewing tutorial shows you how to upcycle an old tee and add a flattering empire waist and flared sleeves. If you miss the swinging styles of the 60s, then this easy refashioning project is perfect for you! This top to sew can be paired with jeans or leggings, and can easily be dressed up for a special night out. If you've been itching to sew something that reminds you of your teenage years, then you'll love this free sewing tutorial.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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This is such a throw back top. It would be really great for focusing on the waist and hiding the hips.

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