Top Tunic Sewing Patterns

So it’s officially fall, friends! And around here, that means tunic season! We’ve rounded up our favorite tunic sewing patterns for your perusal. Are tunics a staple in your closet? Let us know what you love about tunics in the comment section!tunic sewing patterns Top Tunic Sewing Patterns

profile pic 150x150 Top Tunic Sewing PatternsAmanda’s Picks
I’m on an epic button-up shirt/tunic sewing quest this fall, friends. I’ve got several classic button-up collared shirts on my list, but I’ve got some non-traditional picks on the list too, for variety.

Screen Shot 2017 09 19 at 10.19.40 AM 231x300 Top Tunic Sewing Patterns I just sewed up my first Matcha Top by Sew Liberated…and there will be more! This one is swingy and quick to sew, and while the pattern is actually a bit on the cropped side, it can easily lengthened into a tunic. Pair it with slim-fit pants or skinny jeans to balance out the volume and this is an easy favorite!

Screen Shot 2017 09 19 at 10.20.25 AM 298x300 Top Tunic Sewing PatternsIf you’re looking for a tunic with some interesting vintage-inspired details, try the Eastside Tunic from Christine Haynes. Polished pintucks, Peter Pan collar, and a sweet tie: this design has so many things to love!

Screen Shot 2017 09 19 at 10.19.00 AM 211x300 Top Tunic Sewing PatternsI haven’t sewn this one yet, but the Cheyenne Tunic from Hey June Handmade has been on my list for forever – and it is much beloved! There are two versions but version A, with the v-neck and pop-over placket, looks like a great alternative when I’m sick of sewing collars.

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I like the Kaylee Tunic by Sew Serendipity a lot — I appreciate that it has a loose fit with waist shaping that allows it to be comfortable without being shapeless. I’m also a fan of the Gallery Tunic, which is comfortable, cute and relatively easy to sew. Both of these are on my to-sew list for fall.

 

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Last year we featured a book in our “Off the Shelf” column called The Tunic Bible. It’s basically a single pattern that you fit to yourself and then change up to make a whole range of garments. It has instructions for altering the length, sleeves, shape, neckline, collar — everything you need to make any style of tunic you can imagine. I have a copy in my office waiting for me to start working on the pattern, but I haven’t gotten to it yet. I’ll need to add that to my sewing to-do list!

 Jill’s Picks

JILL HS CROPPED 150x150 Top Tunic Sewing PatternsI love tunics. They’re one of my favorite pieces to sew. I wear tunics all year long. In the hot months I wear them with kicky heels or flats. In the cooler months I pair them with rolled up jeans or leggings and the requisite fall shoe: the bootie. I sew them up in silk, cotton, knits, just about any type of fabric. They’re so versatile and can look art teacher funky to date-night chic. Here’s just a few of my latest favorites.

I love this BurdaStyle pattern. It takes the usual shape of a tunic design but adds  fun details. Burdastyle Tunic Dress 2 Top Tunic Sewing PatternsThis tunic, again from BurdaStyle is has a more traditional tunic look but is not short on style. Looks good at the poolside or just about anywhere. burdastyle tunic 1 Top Tunic Sewing PatternsSew Liberated as a tunic pattern that is traditional in style but with the right fabric will be a must in my closet this year. I especially love the higher armhole and closer fit in the bodice. This would be cute longer or shorter.

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 Top Tunic Sewing Patterns
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One Response to Top Tunic Sewing Patterns

  1. Cindy Hiteshew says:

    Hi, do you have any tunic patterns for large busted ??? Thank you.

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