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simone

He models it very well!

louise

Gorgeous Ali. I have that pattern and never got around to making it. Must do it for next Summer. Isn't Mark a trooper - he's even hamming it up a bit!

Colleen

your tunic turned out beautifully... and your model is way cute :)

dottycookie

I trust you will use that photo to its best advantage in about, oh, 8 years from now?

Fab tunic, missis. I would look rotten in it but I think you will be glam and gorgeous!

pinkgreen

I love the whole hotch potch Boden stuff, and yours is even cooler - especially as it is unique! I wish I could say that my 7 year old almost fitted into my stuff, but despite being the tallest tho youngest in her class she's still swamped by mine!
Cathy X

Gina

You have to love a man confident enough to sport a woman's tunic! It looks fab by the way!

juli

Hmm... wait till he's as tall as you and you're wondering if you can fit in HIS clothes!!! that's scary!

julie

it's a wonderful tunic - what an obliging chap your son is - he makes a great model!

tracey petersen

That looks like a story in the making. When he is an adult he is going to say 'remember that time you made me wear your new tunic in the garden.'

It is a lovely tunic.

lina

Looks great - I agree with Cathy on the Boden thing, you've definitely captured the look.

Gill

Hehe, this is one photo he might not be keen to show the girlfriend in years to come :)
Love the top, really nice fabric.

jen

love the fabrics together. i made this in a winter weight/colour fabric (cos its winter here) and wear it all the time with tops and woolens underneath. it just looks good with everything, jeans, pants,skirt and boots. i think your model wins though!

Thimbleina

I love your choice of fabric.

Dragonfly

Boys have a terrible habit of doing just that...growing up very quickly, not wearing women's clothes!
Fab tunic - very Boden!

Anna

Beautiful, you are incredibly clever to have made a top with my name in the title! I MUST learn to sew. One day.anna x

erin

it's gorgeous!

amy

hehee, this is funny!

Helen

Ooh it's lovely! I have that Amy Butler spotty print - it looks great with the other fabric you've chosen. Very neat rouleau button loops and top modelling too!

monica

hey fab job Ali!!

c'mon show us how it looks on you... (was it difficult to make? did you swear/cry/threw it across the room?)

Alice C

Well - it may not be sunny in the South East but we will all need sunglasses if he smiles like that all summer!

June

Your new tunic is beautiful; I love the way you put the fabric prints together. And your model is adorable; what a good sport he is to demonstrate your wonderful creation for the photo shoot.

charlie p

Beautiful tunic in gorgeous colours! I just found your blog through Val (can't believe I hadn't found you before now!) and have to ask where you buy your rubber stamp carving medium. I've just spent a fortune on some from the US and having seen the stuff you sent Val wondered it it's available in the UK? Thanks :)

Mirre

Lovely top on a lovely boy!

Lesley

Great job on the sewing Ali - I love the colours. I think it's fab that you're little enough that your clothes fit a 7 year old!!

xxx

Rebecca

This is gorgeous, really gorgeous, cute model too.

Ursula

Good on your boy.(How much are you paying him - and are you destroying the photo before he brings his first girlfriend home!)

erica

What a trooper! Love this post..

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