Breezy Tunic Tee Pattern


Breezy Tunic Tee Pattern

Breezy Tunic Tee Pattern
Breezy Tunic Tee Pattern

Transition from summer to fall or winter to spring easily with a free sewing pattern that's perfect on its own or layered under a cute cardigan. This Breezy Tunic Tee Pattern is your solution to warm fall days and looks fabulous when paired with your favorite jeans or leggings and chic fall boots. This free sewing pattern comes with a printable pattern for the tee that you can easily lengthen to your choice tunic length, whether you want a top to sew that hits right below the hips or mid-thigh. If you don't dig form-fitting clothing, then you'll fall completely in love with this tunic pattern that shows off your shape without being clingy or too tight. Find the best shirt for your shape with this free sewing pattern.

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This really is an easy breezy tunic-tee easy to sew and so comfortable to wear. I like the fact that the length of the tunic or tee is easy to adjust as desired. Only one yard of a woven fabric is suggested (I found a slight stretchiness is best) and two side seams with simple hemming makes this project sew up fast.

This is such a versatile pattern to have in my sewing collection. I like the options available for the sleeves, the length, the neckline and also fabric choices. I would make this pattern and do several versions of it to wear and go. A really good project and free downloable pattern for future usage.

The Breezy Tunic Tee is a terrific basic pattern for every sewer to have. I love coming across versatile and easy basic patterns like this. I would like to make this in heavier fabrics too, would that be recommended? Would a thicker fabric require an adjustment in the pattern? Would this also work as a dress pattern?

Hi ask93, This top could easily work as a dress; you would just have to add more length to the pattern. As far as fabric options, this pattern would probably work with warm but thin fabrics (like a thicker knit), but it may not work as well with chunky knit fabrics. For more specific questions, we suggest reaching out the blogger. Thank you!


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