Snow Leopard – M5436

Snow Leopard tunic

Jungle January has been a blast this month!  This is the first piece that I have made in 2014 and I made it nearly 3 weeks ago!  When we were stuck at home with 12″ of snow I decided to get my sew on.  Too bad when I took the picture the snow was mostly gone.  Oh well, I am still calling it my Snow Leopard tunic.

Leopard burnout

You cannot see the fabric very well in the first picture but this is the pic I posted on Instagram after I got it cut out.  I used 1 1/2 yards of cotton leopard burnout that I got from Fabric Mart 2 years ago.  Yay for stashbusting!

I used my tried and true, McCall’s 5436 top pattern.  This is the forth time I have made it but it is the first that I have made the tunic length.  This is just one of those super easy and quick patterns that requires no alterations.  That is why I keep coming back to it.

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5 Responses to Snow Leopard – M5436

  1. Lynn says:

    Isn’t it great to have a TNT pattern? You know its fit and can sew it up in a flash. Nice!

  2. prttynpnk says:

    Hey Gorgeous, can you email me a pic? I want to put you on the Jungle January post !

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  4. Susan says:

    I love burnout, and I agree having a TNT is a great way to have instant gratification!

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