Here is the 'Pigeon Grey' Tunic dress from Ottobre magazine. It was too long for me, down passed my knees, it made me look like a Ye Olde farm peasant so I cut it off and got a better jeans/boots/tunic length. (wearing my DM sandals today)
I have really enjoyed working with this thick Jersey and thought it would be a lot more difficult than it was. The pattern is great - no zip, fastenings, tricky bits just really well put together pattern pieces.
I used interfacing on the neck pieces and it was too thick so it made top stitching really difficult because the foot kept veering off the thickness of fabric. There is a lesson to learn in every garment. Look at that shoddy neckline... thank heavens I made the scarf as a practise piece to wear over the top of it.
I am going to put it under the bed for Autumn/Winter and then pull it out in late September with an exclamation of surprise that I forgot I had made it.
Settling into a bit more tracing this afternoon. Now, where are my glasses....