Graphic Tunic tops

Graphic Tunic tops

Tunic is known for its’ loose and comfortable style, but if you know how to choose one that fits your body shape, it can be a great outfit to bring on your everyday fashionista style. Furthermore, drafting and making a totally fit Tunic for yourself is much more fun when you’re a sewist. Pick your favorite canvas fabric, that’s how you add a bit of urban and punk look to a simple Tunic. Here are two versions of graphic Tunic tops sewing patterns I’ve made :

tunic tops free patterns

Materials:
Stretch canvas fabric
Sewing machine
Measuring tape & ruler
Sewing thread & needle
Buttons & pins
Tailor’s chalk
Scissors

Note: These patterns are for all-size, take your measurements and draft. The 2 sleeve diagrams are just your option, pick the type you want.

Pattern 1: A straight and sporty type of graphic Tunic top. It would be cool to draft the back side with plain color fabric. Make it fun and stylish xD

how to sew a fit tunic top

Diagrams: fold your fabric, remember to leave seam allowance.

Front:

tunic free sewing patternBack:

tunic sewing pattern free

Sleeves: short sleeves, mark the middle your sleeve and armpit line (pinned), face 2 right sides up then sew across.

how to sew sleeves

Sewing order:
Use braces or single folded bias for necklines.
Sew shoulder lines together.
Sew sleeves.
Sew body lines then hemlines.

Pattern 2: Feminine and trendy graphic Tunic top thanks to curve lines and round-wide neckline, add a bit more length when drafting, it can be worn as a Tunic dress.

how to sew a tunic dress

Diagrams: fold your fabric, remember to leave seam allowance.

Front:

tunic dress sewing pattern freeBack:

tunic dress free sewing patternSleeves:

sleeves sewing pattern

Sewing order:
Use braces or single folded bias for necklines.
Sew shoulder lines together.
Sew sleeve sides together.
Sew sleeves to shoulders.
Sew body lines then hemlines.

You can have the ad-free version in this instant download pdf file here: Graphic Tunic Tops – All sizes

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Happy sewing 🙂

 

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7 comments

  1. Arielle says:

    I’ve been unsure about making my own tops, but this tutorial is encouraging! Great patterns and directions, thank you so much for sharing!

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