I’m obsessed with the Denver lately (just bought fabric for my 5th one!) and I love the colorblocking Jess did on hers. Read on…
When the latest Pattern Anthology collection came out, the Denver caught my eye, and I knew it would be perfect for cozy winter wear.
The Denver Tunic is available for digital download in bust sizes 31″-53″.
I sewed up the tunic version, and it is SO comfortable! The fit is superb, and it comes together very quickly. I cut this pattern one day, and sewed it up during naptime the following day. There's nothing I enjoy better than a nap time sew!
There are multiple views to this pattern, so you can sew a dress or a top, which makes it a wardrobe staple, year-round!
I sewed this up with a thick jersey knit and a french terry, both from Raspberry Creek Fabrics. The floral didn't have quite enough stretch to be comfortable, but with the french terry, it's perfect. I had to add a teensy bit of length to the cuffs and the neckline due to the stretch, which made it a fantastic fit.
The deep pockets on this tunic are amazing. I love the look, and they're so practical for those blustery days or for tossing your phone in your pocket.
The princess seams make for a great opportunity to showcase two of your favorite fabrics. I love the diagonal of the pockets against the curve of the seams near the shoulder!
I could easily fill my closet with Denvers! Get your pattern here.