Men's Tunic sewing pattern
Men's Tunic sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Tunic sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Tunic sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Tunic sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Tunic sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Tunic sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Tunic sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Tunic sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me
Men's Tunic sewing pattern - Wardrobe By Me

Men's Tunic sewing pattern

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Detailed description below

A lovely tunic with a banded collar and shirt sleeves for woven fabric in sizes 2XS-4XL with the following features:

  • Color PDF pattern printable on paper formats Letter, A4, A0, and separate projector file  
  • Banded collar
  • 1/2 placket
  • Side Slits
  • Double Yoke
  • Front Pocket
  • Two sleeve options
  • Straight Hem
  • Curved hem

Flip through the images to find fabric requirements and measurements

Men's Classic Tunic shirt PDF sewing pattern is a gorgeous pull-on tunic with a banded collar and four-button front placket. The double yoke with a center-back box pleat creates a comfortable, relaxed fit. Make the shirt Sewing pattern with two types of sleeves and a classic curved hem or a long straight body with side slits at the hem.
The model stands 192cm tall and wears a size XL.
Skill level  3/4

The men's Tunic sewing pattern is straightforward. You learn how to sew a double yoke and a front placket. Sew along on YouTube.

What you need to make a Tunic with the sewing pattern
  • Shirt-weight woven fabric
  • Fusible interfacing
  • Buttons
  • Sewing thread
    The pattern has the following features
    • Layers
    • Trimless pages
    • Fully illustrated instructions
    • Metric and imperial measurements
    • A4, and letter paper format in color (42 pages)
    • A0 printshop format in color (3 Pages)
    • Projector file in color
    • Seam allowances
    • Youtube Video Sew-along
    Printing information

    Measure the size of the square on the first pattern page and check that your printer's scaling is correct (2" x 2" / 5 cm x 5 cm). Use either A4 or Letter and print the document via Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download it here for free. 

    PDF patterns for instant download are easy to use and have some advantages compared to conventional patterns:

    • Buy and download a pattern and be ready to sew in just 30 minutes
    • Print only the sizes you need
    • No overlapping pattern pieces

    All you need is a printer and Adobe Reader installed on your desktop computer. 

    Install Adobe Acrobat reader on your computer, get it here for FREE!

    How to Unzip the PDF patterns after you download.

    How to print PDF patterns in Adobe Reader.

    How to tape the pages of the sewing pattern together

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 15 reviews
    Sandra Prince

    Such an easy, satisfying sew...I made 2 in one week! The instructions are really easy to follow. I think even a beginner sewer will be able to sew this pattern.

    I made View A with View B sleeves. The second time around I made a centre front seam, omitted the collar and placket and finished the neckline and front opening with binding...and instead of buttonholes I made loop buttonholes. My hubby loves his tunic!!!

    Amy G
    Nice men’s shirt

    My 10 year old is right in between kids and men’s sizes…he’s really tall, too. He wanted this style shirt and this pattern fit the bill. I made an xsmall graded to a small at the hip, with short sleeves, and it fits well. I appreciate the range of sizes WBM offers; It’s great to buy patterns with sizes that will be useful more than once, versus buying a kid pattern that he’s already the largest size for. I will definitely buy more WBM patterns as the directions were clear, and the pattern pieces fit together perfectly. Highly recommend.

    Pierre Oberto

    Bonjour, je n'ai toujours pas reçu le patron commandé alors que l'article a été payé. Je vous prie de faire le nécessaire pour régler ce contretemps.
    Pierre Oberto

    Brandon Dean
    I love this pattern and the sizing is very inclusive!

    I was so pleased with my first shirt that I have made several shirts since! There aren't a lot of shirt or coat patterns around that have my chest size within the size range, so I was thrilled that didn't have to do any wonky modifications to the base pattern. The PDF being formatted in layers in brilliant and allowed me to print the pattern using my size only, and not have a lot of distracting other sizes cluttering the printout.

    The placard and sleeve tie are a little fiddly, so the pattern is best for light woven fabrics. The pattern is simple enough that you can easily make modifications (like the short sleeved version I made in a colorful fabric). I found for the larger sizes, it was good to move down the position of the button tab piece that sits on the sleeves. I felt its original position was a tad high and made the sleeves too short when buttoned.

    The directions are extremely thorough

    I also love that there are variations built into the pattern and I plan on making several of both sleeve and tail types in any fun fabric I come across!

    I'm New to Sewing and Successfully Made Two Tunics. They fit well and look good. Very Pleased!

    This is the first pattern I've ever used and was my first attempt to make clothing. I succeeded, and am thrilled, though a few points of confusion led to me having to undo/redo a few steps. The no-trim printable pattern and the ability to only print the layer for my selected size was very good. It was unclear to me though (as a novice), which lines represented notches that I was supposed to cut/mark early on; it wasn't until steps 13 and 27 in the instructions that I realized I needed to mark those, so I would have appreciated a mention (perhaps in "Preparing the pattern pieces") to mark those notches. I also couldn't see any way to distinguish the front of the sleeves from the backs, or which was the left sleeve and which was the right; perhaps the front and back notches on the sleeves could be marked in different ways, with matching notches on the armscye to make this more clear. There is, I believe, one mistake in the pattern; for piece 13 (Sleeve Tab), the hole for the button is shown at the square end, but should actually be at the pointed end. I had to remake my tabs because of this. I also had to remake one of the plackets as I put the interfacing on the wrong side (my mistake, since my fabrics were the same front and back and I didn't have the experience to realize it was important). Also had to rip-out and redo a sleeve, not realizing that the "Cut 2 mirrored" instruction also meant assembling them mirrored, probably again because my fabric was the same front and back and I didn't have the experience to realize it was important. The video instruction was extremely helpful in figuring everything out, and overall I'm extremely pleased, and learned a lot. I made two tunics, both using View B, one using a heavy cotton upholstery fabric so it's a bit like a jacket, and the other using a light linen/rayon mix for a breezy summer shirt. Thank you for an excellent first experience making my own clothing!