Now I know I am biased (har, get it? BIASED?), but I think she is beyond cute in this getup.
This “fall” version of the Pierrot Tunic (you can see all of the other versions I’ve made here, here, here, and here) is made from flannel shirting that’s got a nice loose weave and drapes well. I found it at JoAnn (*gasp* can you believe it?) in the section I like to call the “Lumberjack Section”. Not the cutesy flannels for kids, the plaids for Lumberjacks. You know what I’m talking about.
If you look closely at some of the photos, you can see that this version was made entirely without a serger; you can use a machine to zig-zag the ruffle instead of serging it (as I have in the past) for a similarly-charming effect that’s just as quick.
Pattern coming soon!