Free Tunic Top Sewing Pattern
This FREE flattering Tunic Top Sewing pattern offers a fabulous silhouette for every body shape!
The best thing about this tunic sewing pattern? It gives you an excuse to wear leggings! 🙂
The hem band has a nice gathered detail. It’s a dolman sleeve sewing pattern (no set-in sleeves!) and has a very flattering boat neckline
When you design yours with a nice draping knit, it is sure to sit beautifully. Choose your style! Solids or prints are great in this style and it’s easy to mix it up by doing a solid on either the top or the sleeve portion.
I hope you enjoy this Free Tunic Top Sewing Pattern and Tutorial! Don’t forget to tag @ginareneedesigns so I can see your creations!
~ Use this tunic sewing pattern with a light to mid-weight knit fabric with a little stretch!
For main fabric (54″/135 cm width):
~ 3 yards (2.75 meters)
If body, sleeves, and bottom band are made from one fabric (58-60″/150 cm width):
~ 2 yards (1.9 meters)
If body is different from sleeve and band fabrics; two fabrics (58-60″/150 cm width):
~ 1 3/4 yard for main fabric (1.6 meters)
~ 1 yard for sleeves/bottom band (1 meter)
For elastic (3/8″/1 cm width):
~ 10″ (26 cm)
~ This pattern includes women’s sizing XS-XXL; this accommodates a chest size range of 31″-46 1/2″.
~ A serger or overlock machine is always nice to have; however, it is not a requirement for this pattern.
~ This is a tunic PDF sewing pattern that you print out to use. After you download the pattern, you can then print the pattern on letter or A4 paper.
~ I try to make the instructions easy to follow along with simple wording, making sewing a fun project! The pattern pieces are all professionally drawn with CAD (computer-aided design) illustrations for professional quality. There are also clear, step-by-step photos for each step of the sewing process.
~ When you buy from Gina Renee Designs, you are supporting a women-operated small business! More importantly, you get a professional-quality product to make garments you’ll love!
~ Looking for other top patterns? Here you go!
~ For more (free!) tutorials, head over to the blog!
Sew your own tunic top today!