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The Ladies' Trendy Tunic will soon be a staple in your closet. Made with knit fabrics, the tunic length top has simple lines, inset pockets and short cap sleeves. Pair it with tights, leggings or jeans and you’re ready to go! It’s versatile, fun and modern. Available in ladies sizes XS to XXL. The girls’ Trendy Tunic can also be purchased to make coordinating mother/daughter tops!
Skills Used: working with knits, sewing curves, top-stitching.
Pattern Level: Confident beginner to intermediate.
Instant downloadable pdf pattern contains 30 pages of pattern pieces, two pages of inspiration photos from pattern testers, a cutting guide with illustrated fabric layout suggestion, a pocket frill variation page, instructions to lengthen and shorten the tunic as needed and six pages of bright and clear step by step color photos. The tutorial has been optimized for most tablets with click or touchable links to each part of the pattern. Print only the pages of pattern pieces and use your tablet or computer to read the instructions to save on ink and paper! Alternatively, you may print the whole 45 page document.
All Love Notions patterns are designed for both letter and A4 paper printing.
**NEW** With the Ladies' Trendy Tunic you now have the ability to print just your desired size(s)!! When you open up the PDF in Adobe, select the layer thumbnail on the left hand menu and then select the size(s) you wish to print. Please be sure to keep the 'Titles' layer selected at all times.
Sewing machine, pins, thread, fabric marker, iron, scissors, twin needle (optional), coverstitch machine (optional), serger. Knit fabric such as interlock, jersey or cotton/lyrca.
This pattern is designed by Love Notions Sewing Patterns. All designs are copyrighted 2014, all rights reserved. Please do not share this pattern with others, instead direct them here to purchase their own copy.
All Love Notions Sewing Patterns may be used in your at home sewing business. Mass production is strictly prohibited.