tunic no. 1 sewing pattern

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tunic no. 1 sewing pattern


Tunic No. 1 Sewing Pattern by Sonya Philip xs-lg 

Tunic No. 1 is a dropped-shoulder top with two options for length, a cropped shirt or tunic. This relaxed garment is the perfect layering piece and stitches up super quick! The neck is finished with bias tape facing and there is an optional patch pocket. First published in issue 8 of Taproot Magazine.


Fabric requirements: 
2 1/4 - 2 5/8 yards (2.1 - 2.4 meters) for the tunic length or
1 7/8 - 2/14 yards (1.75 - 2.1 meters) for the shirt length
The pattern is best suited to mid to light weight cotton, linen, or natural fiber blend fabric (no jersey or knits)

The instruction book takes you through all the steps, from tracing and cutting the pattern pieces, attaching the sleeves, to making and sewing bias tape. The pattern is printed on bond paper, with four nested sizes. 

Bust measurement (your body size):

XS: 32 inches (81 cm); S: 35 inches (89 cm); M: 38 inches (97 cm); L: 41 inches (104 cm)

Please make sure to double check and buy the appropriate pattern. Larger sizes are available in another listing.

Garments made using 100 Acts of Sewing patterns are for personal use only and are not intended for commercial sewing.

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