That tunic was actually made as a class sample this past winter.
Fast forward to summer... As I was wandering through Fabricland, pawing everything in my wake, I was stopped by this silky smooth cotton knit. It's absolutely scrumptious. The background is an off-white with swathes of pale creams and beiges. Not everyone's idea of exciting fabric, but I love it. Unfortunately, this doesn't show up too well in the pictures. So, without much over-thinking of the matter, I cut another tunic with an angled hem.
This is the "at home" look. When I'm headed out the door to wherever, I generally put on a belt and (depending on the weather) a scarf or other accessories.
And just in case you were wondering how I handled those angled corners on the hems ... miters.
Last (but not least?) is a slightly different version of the hem.
I can hardly believe that I used up fabric that I had bought in the same season. (No addition to stash!)
And I do believe that I am finally getting the hang of positioning pictures on this blog! (Took me a while!)