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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
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    Men's Tunic sewing pattern

    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 your Men's Tunic Sewing pattern with two types of sleeves and a classic curved hem or a long straight body with side slits at the hem.

    Men's sizes  2XS-4XL 

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    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.

    Men's Tunic PDF sewing pattern
    Fabric and notions

    Make your men's tunic sewing pattern in a classic shirt-weight fabric such as woven cotton oxford, poplin, or denim. Flannel, linen, or silk will work equally well. Use a structured material if you are new to sewing plackets, collars, and cuffs. Use interfacing that supports the fabric's weight.

    The sewing pattern features
    • Banded collar
    • 1/2 placket
    • Side Slits
    • Double Yoke
    • Front Pocket
    • Straight Hem
    • Curved hem
      The pattern includes
      • Layers
      • Printable on A4 and Letter  
      • A0 format
      Seam allowance

      The sewing pattern includes seam allowance.

      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. 

      Height 5'4"-6' (165-185 cm)

      Imperial
      Body measurements 2XS XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL
      Height 5'4" 5'4" 5'6" 5'8" 5'8" 5'10" 5'10" 6' 6'
      Chest girth 28,5
      30.75
      33
      35.25
      37.5
      39.75
      42
      44.25
      46.5
      Waist 27.25 29.5 32 34.25 36.5 38.75 41 43.25 45.5
      Hips 33 35.25 37.5 39.75 42 44.25 46.5 48.75 51
      Arm length 24.5 25 25.5 25.5 26 26.5 27 27.5 27.5
      Garment measurements
      Chest 34.5 37.75 40 42.5 45 47.25 49.5 52 54.25
      Waist 36.5 38.75 41 43.25 45.5 47.75 51 52.25 54.5
      Bottom opening 36 38.25 40.5 42.75 45 47.25 51.75 54 56.25
      View A length 27 27.5 28.25 28.75 29.25 29.75 30.25 30.75 31.25
      View B length 25 30.75 31.5 32 32.5 33 33.5 34 34.5
      Fabric requirements 48-50."
      View A+B 2 2 2 2 2 2.75 2.75 2.75 2.75
      Interfacing 36" 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5
      Buttons 3/8" A/B 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6
      Metric
      Body measurements 2XS XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL
      Height 165 165 170 175 175 180 180 185 185
      Chest girth 72 80 86 92 98 104 110 116 122
      Waist 69 75 81 87 93 99 105 111 117
      Hips 84 90 96 102 108 114 120 126 132
      Arm length 62 62 63 63 63 65 67 67 67
      Garment measurements
      Chest 90 96 102 108 114 120 126 132 138
      Waist 92.5 98.5 104.5 110.5 116.5 122.5 129.5 135.5 141.5
      Bottom opening 91.5 97.5 103.5 109.5 115.5 121.5 131.5 137.5 143.5
      Sleeve length 59 60 60.5 64.5 65 66 67 68 68
      View A length 68 70 72 73 75 76 77 78 79
      View B length 76 78 80 81 83 84 85 86 87
      Fabric requirements 140 cm
      View A+B 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5
      Interfacing 90 cm 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6
      Buttons 10 mm A/B 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

      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

      Find more help via Facebook Wardrobe By Me Pattern Support or contact us directly.

      Product info

      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.

      Men's Tunic PDF sewing pattern
      Fabric and notions

      Make your men's tunic sewing pattern in a classic shirt-weight fabric such as woven cotton oxford, poplin, or denim. Flannel, linen, or silk will work equally well. Use a structured material if you are new to sewing plackets, collars, and cuffs. Use interfacing that supports the fabric's weight.

      The sewing pattern features
      • Banded collar
      • 1/2 placket
      • Side Slits
      • Double Yoke
      • Front Pocket
      • Straight Hem
      • Curved hem
        The pattern includes
        • Layers
        • Printable on A4 and Letter  
        • A0 format
        Seam allowance

        The sewing pattern includes seam allowance.

        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. 

        Sizing

        Height 5'4"-6' (165-185 cm)

        Imperial
        Body measurements 2XS XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL
        Height 5'4" 5'4" 5'6" 5'8" 5'8" 5'10" 5'10" 6' 6'
        Chest girth 28,5
        30.75
        33
        35.25
        37.5
        39.75
        42
        44.25
        46.5
        Waist 27.25 29.5 32 34.25 36.5 38.75 41 43.25 45.5
        Hips 33 35.25 37.5 39.75 42 44.25 46.5 48.75 51
        Arm length 24.5 25 25.5 25.5 26 26.5 27 27.5 27.5
        Garment measurements
        Chest 34.5 37.75 40 42.5 45 47.25 49.5 52 54.25
        Waist 36.5 38.75 41 43.25 45.5 47.75 51 52.25 54.5
        Bottom opening 36 38.25 40.5 42.75 45 47.25 51.75 54 56.25
        View A length 27 27.5 28.25 28.75 29.25 29.75 30.25 30.75 31.25
        View B length 25 30.75 31.5 32 32.5 33 33.5 34 34.5
        Fabric requirements 48-50."
        View A+B 2 2 2 2 2 2.75 2.75 2.75 2.75
        Interfacing 36" 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5
        Buttons 3/8" A/B 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6
        Metric
        Body measurements 2XS XS S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL
        Height 165 165 170 175 175 180 180 185 185
        Chest girth 72 80 86 92 98 104 110 116 122
        Waist 69 75 81 87 93 99 105 111 117
        Hips 84 90 96 102 108 114 120 126 132
        Arm length 62 62 63 63 63 65 67 67 67
        Garment measurements
        Chest 90 96 102 108 114 120 126 132 138
        Waist 92.5 98.5 104.5 110.5 116.5 122.5 129.5 135.5 141.5
        Bottom opening 91.5 97.5 103.5 109.5 115.5 121.5 131.5 137.5 143.5
        Sleeve length 59 60 60.5 64.5 65 66 67 68 68
        View A length 68 70 72 73 75 76 77 78 79
        View B length 76 78 80 81 83 84 85 86 87
        Fabric requirements 140 cm
        View A+B 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 1.8 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5
        Interfacing 90 cm 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6
        Buttons 10 mm A/B 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

        About PDF patterns

        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

        Find more help via Facebook Wardrobe By Me Pattern Support or contact us directly.

        Customer Reviews

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        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!

        D
        David
        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!

        G
        Gail
        Terrific tunic

        I made the tunic option with long cuffed sleeves for my son. I enjoyed the sewing journey, took it slow and learned some new techniques. My son loves it. Thanks for a really nice pattern.

        T
        Timothy
        Style and comfort, a great match!

        I had been looking for a nice looking, stylish summer shirt that wasn't to stuffy. This shirt is perfect. I made mine out of linen, it's very comfortable and the fit is great. I chose View A, with the curved bottom hem and buttoned sleeve cuffs. Definitely a summer wardrobe necessity, I will be making more. I highly recommend!

        C
        Christina sinclair
        Another superb men's pattern!

        Take the plunge and sew this shirt! I love the look of a linen on the men. As always Christina delivered an amazing pattern with just enough detailed instructions to make it easy to sew - without becoming a tedious read. With that per usual the shirt pattern comes together perfectly. Size ranges to include your older son, yourself, your other half or a friend for a personalized present.

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        Customer Reviews

        Based on 12 reviews
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        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!

        D
        David
        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!

        G
        Gail
        Terrific tunic

        I made the tunic option with long cuffed sleeves for my son. I enjoyed the sewing journey, took it slow and learned some new techniques. My son loves it. Thanks for a really nice pattern.

        T
        Timothy
        Style and comfort, a great match!

        I had been looking for a nice looking, stylish summer shirt that wasn't to stuffy. This shirt is perfect. I made mine out of linen, it's very comfortable and the fit is great. I chose View A, with the curved bottom hem and buttoned sleeve cuffs. Definitely a summer wardrobe necessity, I will be making more. I highly recommend!

        C
        Christina sinclair
        Another superb men's pattern!

        Take the plunge and sew this shirt! I love the look of a linen on the men. As always Christina delivered an amazing pattern with just enough detailed instructions to make it easy to sew - without becoming a tedious read. With that per usual the shirt pattern comes together perfectly. Size ranges to include your older son, yourself, your other half or a friend for a personalized present.