I have a nice long post on tunics for you but my blasted camera has a cracked display (probably because I can never be bothered to put it in it's case) so I have to send it off to the UK to get it mended.
So in the meantime, here's a mention that Elsie Marley's Kids Clothing Week Challenge is back again. From the 8th to the 14th of October, your challenge is to spend one hour a day making children's clothes, or tracing patterns or cutting fabric or whatever needs doing...
I am going to try to participate (I think I missed the spring one) as I want to make two more Charlie tunics - one with some lovely cotton flannel I got when the Stashlet was still a bump, and a long one with split sides in a lightweight fleece to have as a dressing gown substitute - a bit like that towelling post-swimming tunic thingy I made earlier in the year.
And if that works, I might extend it to a Stash Avalanche Clothing Week Challenge, and get my two studiously avoided WIP-cum-alterations off the top of the sewing machine and into a wearable state... We'll cross fingers on that one.