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Playtime Tunic Pattern Problem?

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    Profile photo of lucegirlsartlucegirlsart @lucegirlsart

    I am working on my first playtime tunic, and I can’t get the bodice and bodice facing to match up. I am sewing a size 3T, and the facing appears to extend a half in farther at the back than the facing. Has anyone else had this problem? Should I use the bodice or the facing length?

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    Profile photo of SarviSarvi @Sarvi

    Sorry, is it the bodice that extends farther, or the facing?

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    Profile photo of roundtheworldgirlroundtheworldgirl @roundtheworldgirl

    There was an errata concerning the back facing pattern piece in the 6m-4T size range. Do you have the corrected piece?

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    Profile photo of lucegirlsartlucegirlsart @lucegirlsart

    The facing extends farther.

    I did not see the correction for the bodice, just the leggings. Now I will try to find it! Thanks!

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    Profile photo of lucegirlsartlucegirlsart @lucegirlsart

    Where do I find the correction?

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    Profile photo of roundtheworldgirlroundtheworldgirl @roundtheworldgirl

    http://oliverands.com/oliver-and-s-patterns/OLV-OS042PT.html

    It says that the only difference is that the pattern piece was too wide. I seem to remember that I had some issues with the two lengths too – I had assumed it was a cutting error on my part. I just made them the same length by trimming the longer one, and moved on. The pattern is pretty forgiving. Anyway, hope that fixes it!

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    Profile photo of roundtheworldgirlroundtheworldgirl @roundtheworldgirl

    Seems the link didn’t point where I wanted it to. At the bottom of the page for the paper (not digital) pattern there is a tab that says “errata.” Click on that.

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