Level: Beginner. This is a really easy pattern to work with. I love the extra alterations lines. Why every company doesn't add them? They are really missing a trick here. The best part was being able to draw your waist/body band. I was really impress how nice it matches! I'm not just singing praises to Steph. I really believe she is doing great things on her patterns and she is a very talent lady.
Fabric:Left over for this tunic. Jersey £2 per metre bought during Walthamstow blogger's meet up.
Size and alterations:Oh dear! Ok, this is totally my own fault. I cut a size 35 D. I know that the 'D' isn't related to cup size and I would have been ok if I cut 30 with few alterations. This pattern run large. Bodice Fit
As you can see, was not fitting very well. I traced 7 cm off each side from the seam and tried. Just slightly "too brazilian" for the UK. I moved the centre front crossing to give me a bit more coverage and it fits nicely.
I didn't had enough fabric for a dress and I just cropped the skirt. The black was savaged from this ufo.
Details and Notions: I have a little cheating secret. I didn't made the stretch satin bias. I used a bought satin stretch bias. I'm in love with this product. This will be my most used method for knit finish. I will never make stretch bias if I can avoid it. It's so easy to use and looks so pretty in the inside.
Will you make it again? Yes.. what a silly question lol