Sneha Top and Tunic
Sizes US 0-16 and Euro 30-46
Model size 5'6" 172 cm 2 cup sizes C/D
Sneha Tunic Dress is a jersey tunic with a dropping hemline. The pattern is designed with options for either symmetric or asymmetric hemline, 3 neckline options, a regular fitted sleeve with 5 length options as well as lengths from tunic to dress. The illustration below shows 4 possible hemline options. The pattern has 2 options for lower body, A-Body with dropping hemline as well as dress length, and B-Body with less flare and 2 tunic lengths.The necklines and sleeve lengths are interchangeable.
Skill level advanced beginner
The pattern includes 1/4” / 7mm seam allowance around all edges of the pattern.
The hem includes 1” \ 2,5cm.
Fabric and notions:
The pattern is designed for a light to medium weight jersey fabric such as single jersey, rib or other knitted fabrics that must include a minimum af 2% lycra or elastane, to achieve the best drape around the body. The fiber can be anything ranging from cotton to rayon, polyester, silk, modal or tencel.
The only other thing you need is thread for sewing and ball point needles for you machine. A twin needle is also good for hemming.
- 3 necklines: crew, deep scoop and V-neck
- 5 sleeve lengths: 1/1 3/4 elbow length, short sleeve, cap sleeve and sleeveless.
- 4 body lengths: Hip length, Hip +5" /10cm, dropped hemline and dress length.
- Fitted throughout the sleeve and torso, flared at the hem
- Instructions for lengthening and shortening the torso
- Sizes 0-16/30-46
- Pattern includes:
- Layered options for printing only one size or all sizes.
- Non trim pages.
- Body and garment measurements.
- Imperial and metric measurements and sizing.
- compatible with both US letter and A4 paper size.
The first page of the pattern includes a square measuring 2” x 2” / 5cm x 5cm to ensure that the scaling of your printer is correct. The pattern features the Layers option to allow you to print just the size(s) you need. The pattern can be printed in format Letter or A4. The pattern must be printed via Adobe Acrobat reader. Download it here for free.
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