2 Yard Tunic Tutorial

2 Yard Tunic Tutorial
2 Yard Tunic Tutorial

Design a figure flattering tunic that's perfect for dressing up or down with this 2 Yard Tunic Tutorial. Made with a chic racerback, this DIY tunic can go from the gym to a night out in no time. This free tunic tutorial uses 2 yards of knit fabric and has a cinched waist and deep v-neck, so it gives the illusion of a small waist and is long enough to wear with leggings. The best part about this easy top to sew is that you can use a shirt you already have as a rough template, so that you don't have to spend money on a pattern. Whether it's spring, summer, or fall, you can rock a stylish tunic no matter the season with this easy sewing tutorial.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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Well, I love this! And I just happen to have probably two yards of a fabric I found on discount at Joann's. It is a challis fabric and I wonder if anyone has tried this pattern with that type of knit fabric? I think it will have enough stretch and I'm willing to give this a go. I like the racerback style to it, too! The cinched waist gives it a flattering boost as well.

I'm not usually a big fan of tunics, but I really like how this works as an athletic top as well. It would be great for yoga!

I agree with you I am not usually a fan of tunics or racerbacks but this is so cute.I love how it looks with leggings. I think this will be cute for my daughter(who loves racerback shirts) or my grand daughter. I must find a pretty jersey knit to make one. Have you made one ?


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