100 Acts of Sewing Tunic No. 1 sewing pattern

By 100 Acts of Sewing

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Molde de costura em 8 tamanhos diferentes (XS a 4XL) de uma túnica básica de execução muito simples. Ideal para principiantes.

O molde inclui instruções em Inglês para a confecção da peça. Ver mais abaixo as quantidades de tecido necessárias para cada tamanho.

100 Acts of Sewing é o nome do projecto da criadora norte-americana Sonya Philips.


Tunic No. 1 is a dropped-shoulder top with two options for length, a cropped shirt or tunic. This relaxed garment is the perfect layering piece and stitches up super quick! The neck is finished with bias tape facing and there is an optional patch pocket. First published in issue 8 of Taproot Magazine.

And instruction book takes you through all the steps, from tracing and cutting the pattern pieces, attaching the sleeves, to making and sewing bias tape. The pattern is printed on bond paper, with eight nested sizes.

Full bust measurement (your body size):
XS: 32 inches (81 cm); S: 35 inches (89 cm); M: 38 inches (97 cm); L: 41 inches (104 cm); XL: 44 inches (112 cm); 2X: 47 inches (119 cm); 3X: 50 inches (127 cm); 4X: 53 inches (135 cm)

Recommend fabric:
Mid to light weight cotton, linen, rayon or natural fiber blend fabric (no jersey or knits)

Yardage requirements:
shirt length: XS: 1 7/8 yards (1.75 m); S-M: 2 yards (1.85 m);
L: 2 1/4 yards (2.1 m); XL: 2 3/8 yards (2.2 m); 2X-3X: 2 1/2 yards (2.3 m); 4X: 2 3/4 yards (2.55 m)
tunic length: XS: 2 1/4 yards (2.1 m); S-M: 2 1/2 yards (2.3 m); L: 2 5/8 yards (2.4 m); XL: 2 3/4 yards (2.55 m); 2X-3X: 3 yards (2.75 m); 4X: 3 1/4 yards (3 m)

Making clothing is a conscious choice; it is an investment of time over convenience. The creation of a functional garment, engenders self-sufficiency and happiness. Since it is perilous to compare what one makes to the immutable perfection of store-bought, in sewing for oneself it is the work itself, and the recognition of flaws and gradual achievement of better skills as part of that work, that produces satisfaction. (...) Clothing is an elemental part of day-to-day life, offering both protection and adornment. It is also bound up with ideas of culture and the body. Alternately encouraged by and excoriated by the media, women in the US forge a deep discontent with their bodies that leads many on a constant search for clothes that alter appearance. In response to an ever-varying trend to either conceal or reveal, women go through a series of manipulations of their bodies through clothing under the rubric of “fashion.” Sewing is a way to return to a more primary mode of expression, which a person can choose to follow or create their own style. Within just a single dress pattern, there are endless permutations through the variables of fabric, be it fiber content, color, or print. The resulting garment is unique and acts to place a stamp of individuality in a uniform world: it is a display of a person's skill as well as their taste. Handmade has an authenticity, where each choice is deliberate, from how cloth is cut to the color of thread. In this way a bespoke garment becomes a truly reflective canvas.
Sonya Philips

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