Harley Placket Tunic Sewing Pattern (Free PDF)

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With its crisp mandarin collar and open placket, this tunic is a great basic that you'll want to wear season after season. Crafted from pure and natural softened linen, it feels luxuriously soft and is really comfortable to wear paired with your favorite jeans, leggings or as a dress.

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Type: PDF Pattern
Skill Level: Beginner
Design Variations: 1
Illustrations: Yes
Instructions: Yes

Qty: Digital Download

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Customer Questions and Answers

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Drastic shoulder slope

If you have very sloped shoulders, this pattern is for you! If not, square up the shoulder slope before you cut. ;)

Stephanie • April 13, 2022
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Amazing results!

I tried it, and the shirt is so cool. The pattern is very accurate, and the tutorial is clear and detailed. Any beginner can get an excellent result by following the instructions. Thank you so much

Amalid • October 13, 2020

I used this pattern with the IL020 bleached linen for a nightie. it was really fun to sew up! I made a size 12/14 so it was nice and loose for sleeping and lounging around in. I also added some pin tucks and hemstitching for a nice bit or personalisation. Lastly I lifted the hem and added side slits, again, for more comfort.

Lauren • June 14, 2023

Detail of the front with patch pocket, hemstitching and pin tucks

Lauren • June 14, 2023

In Il019 softened Ceramic with shoulder slope squared 1.25 inch and shoulder seam moved 2 inches forward

Stephanie • May 6, 2022

Harley in IL019 Crimson signature finish. (Tip: cut the right side of the placket an inch larger than the pattern piece. It makes it easier to manipulate the right placket to cover the left placket. You can always cut off the excess when you are ready for the final stitches.)

Stephanie • March 19, 2022
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