Tinny Tunic & Ruffle Pants

Tinny Tunic & Ruffle Pants

I’m late! My Tinny Flip has been completed for 2 weeks…but I couldn’t get
my lazy butt outside in the heat to take photos in time to link up at the sew along.

I made a Tinny Tunic and Ruffle Pants! Here are my changes and some details:

*omitted sleeves and used bias for the arm holes

*changed the zipper to buttons

*added some capri length pants

*piping at the ruffle

*piping around the back pockets

*piping around the collar

Pause. Do you see what I did wrong in the photo above? If you don’t notice, I’m not telling!

I should mention that I made all the piping and bias tape. I didn’t have any cording, so I had to use yarn. It’s not ideal, but works in a pinch. Her capris were too long- almost pants. I used a 2T and shortened the waistband. Next time I’ll know to add length for pants, or shorten for capris.

I gotta show off her twin bows. Ya’ll know how I feel about hair accessories.

I think the picture below is so funny. I told my niece to look inside the camera lens. I asked her if Big Bird was inside the lens- I saw a photographer do that at a portrait studio once. She answered, “no!” I swear she rolled her eyes at me.

Below, you can see she’s not impressed with me. I guess I’ll have to come up with some new photography tricks!

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Amy Mayen

Hello. I'm Amy and I'm addicted to sewing. I borderline-hoard fabric, buttons, & patterns. Sometimes I wish I could pile my fabric up on the floor and just roll in it!

22 Comments

  1. Sumo

    What a darling outfit, on a darling model! That piping is just perfect, I love the detail it adds to the outfit. I’ll be featuring this on my blog tomorrow!

    http://www.sumossweetstuff.com

    Thanks for linking up!
    Sumo:)

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  2. Holly Lefevre

    Tunic, ruffles, cute girlie! This is adorable!

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  3. Kelley

    Haha! You’re posts always crack me up! Of course big bird isn’t in the camera.. duh! ;)

    But the outfit is super cute, as always! And I love the fabric! Do you make adult sized outfits? I may put in an order! ;)

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  4. Pam @Threading My Way

    Gorgeous, gorgeous outfit, Amy!!! Love the fabric combo, with the piping being the perfect way to finish it off. I can’t pick what’s wrong with the photo???

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  5. Emily

    oh my… that last picture!!! So cute! Another good one Amy :o) Looking forward to your Sew Many Books post tomorrow!

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  6. ingrid@nowathomemom

    ha!ha! I’m sure she was thinking “what is this woman thinking, there is no big bird here” ha!ha! she looks adorable as always and I love her ruffle pants :-) they are so pretty and the top too :-) pretty pictures Amy! her little face is too pretty :-)

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  7. Mel

    So cute, I am so going to use the big bird thing, except I will say elmo. It’s a lovely outfit she is just so cute!

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  8. Renee

    Wow, so much piping around curves, all accenting the dress/capris perfectly. Love the matching bows!

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  9. Amy of while wearing heels

    You make me laugh. I love reading your posts, even though I know I’ll never reach your level of sewing expertise. I love all the detail you put into your clothes. The collar is adorable. I love the piped pockets and did you line the top as well??? The bows are too cute. And, that last picture of your niece, my goodness, she is sweet.

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  10. Camille

    Hahahaha, she is adorable, and sounds like nothing gets past her!

    Cute outfit, I couldn’t find anything wrong in that picture! I’ve seen similar (but not as nice) outfits selling for insane amounts lately.

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  11. Annie

    So cute! I love the fabric choices! And what a cute and fun model to sew for…a little girl with attitude! :) Was the piping supposed to go along all the way on the collar? I am not sure…

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  12. Amanda

    So cute! Love it.

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  13. thisblogisnotforyou

    Super cute! I love how you used the piping. Really need to try this – have never used piping before :)

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  14. clairejustineoxox

    Aww so sweet and beautiful pictures :)

    Thanks for sharing with us at Creative Mondays :)

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    • clairejustineoxox

      Aww so so sweet, featuring and pinning this week at the hop :)

      Thanks for sharing …

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  15. Donna

    Amy, Rachel has already told you how cute this is, but I need to say I love, love, love your fabric choice. The piping is great! I was going to do this flip, but just plum ran out of time. Good job!
    Donna

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  16. Ajaire

    I love that grey floral. So pretty with the polka dots. And the coral piping looks so good with it.

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  17. Gina

    Awesome flip!! I love all the piping and prefer buttons to zips (buttons are cuter but not as convenient to fasten :)). Sweet color combo and I love the florals mixed with the polky dots. The hair accessories are spot on as always! I think little Sophie’s face has gotten older looking since her last photo shoot!!

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  18. Diana Rambles

    Super cute! And those hair bows are just adorable too. Love the print/colors!!

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  19. Rachel

    That last picture is adorable :) It’s a really cute flip. I tip my sewing hat to all of you girls that gave it a go- this one had me stumped!

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