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The Circle Tunic is another recent style where I've sewn black circles of fuzzy yarn scattered across the fabric surface. The long sleeve tunic is an A-line shape, somewhat fitted at the bust but flowing to a loose, wide hem. The hem has a deep curved shape. The neckline has elegant stitch lines and three more black circles, and there is a a single double pleat at center back neckline. I used a organic soy/cotton terry knit and hand dyed it a beautiful periwinkle color. The terry knit is fairly substantial and feels wonderfully cozy. This is a great piece for winter that would look wonderful with dark leggings and boots.
Periwinkle organic soy/cotton terry knit. Hand dyed with commercial fiber reactive dye so the color will not fade. There is some natural variation in the shade. The knit is sourced from a S.F. company that makes limited edition organic fabrics.
Medium is 32" long to longest point, 29" long to shortest point at side hem.
The size chart here is just a guide as the various styles will fit a range of sizes according to how fitted or loose they are.
The bust measurement is the most reliable constant as usually that is where clothes are most fitted.
Knit clothing stretches and drapes to varying degrees so that will also affect the sizing of each style.