Tunic Technical Drawing
A flowing, hip-length tunic with scooped, gathered neckline and rear keyhole opening, flutter-sleeves and hem band.
The pattern is multi-sized XS-XL for busts ranging from 82-106 cm (31.5-41″) but is very easy-fitting.
Ariadne Tunic finished
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Happy Blogiversary! I really enjoy reading your blog and the Ariadne Tunic is lovely!!
Happy 2 year Blog-o-versary! 🙂 Love the back of this top, thanks for sharing xx
Happy 2nd Blogiversary Lady!!!
Awesomeness re: the pattern! I’ve even Pinned it here http://pinterest.com/pin/154318724701650047/ 🙂
Totally awesome, thanks so much for the pattern.
Thanks so much! Have the perfect fabric that is just crying out for this great pattern, so plan to use almost immediately. Happy Blogiversary, Suzanne
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Thanks for sharing. I’m pinning it 🙂
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I finally made it! Thank you so much for the pattern! http://cationdesigns.blogspot.com/2012/09/r-channeling-my-inner-greek-princess.html
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I have finally gotten around to making it. Thank you for this wonderful pattern 🙂
Made this in just a few hours, very easy to make. I used just one way strech knit instead but still worked out great. I did hem the sleeves using heat’n’bond which worked great will b making this again.
This looks like a fantastic top pattern, but I’m having trouble either downloading or printing it. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks much for your assistance, AND for sharing the great design!
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thanks so much for the pattern, I will be trying it right away. It’s lovely!
Ik wil dit patroon afdrukken maar gaat niet ander patroon is wel gelukt
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Really loved the pattern! Thanks!
I really like this top. I am not a tiny lady and I think this pattern would work for any body ty5. Thank you
How do you access the pattern/cloth site to see the binding? It closes you out!
Tragically, it looks like she has taken down her blog/blocked public access. It makes me cry whenever I think about it… 😦
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Why I walked on Pinterest?
To find this magnificent pattern!
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
My printer warms!
It is magnificent!
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I just downloaded this top. I can’t wait to make it! Thank you!
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Your blog is quite nice. Actually, I am trying to find some unique neck patterns and I find yours. Thank you for this beautiful neck design.
Estoy deseando provarlo
I just tried out this pattern, fantastic! Thank you for sharing!
Hallo Ariadne, freue mich darauf, die Tunika zu nähen. .
Beste Grüße Andrea
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Würde gern so ein Shirt nähen.
I would love a copy of this tunic pattern
I can’t access the pattern. It says I need permission…
Yeah, I have tried to fix it but it did not work and I haven’t had time to dig into the issue. In the meantime I have to share permission for each person. 🤦🏻♀️
I just printed and downloaded the Ariadine tunic..I recently had a double masectomy and need new tops to camoflauge my no boobs ..what is your pattern, scissors cloth binding technique please.I have never heard of it
Hi, Robin! I hope you’re recovering well—my sister-in-law just went through something similar and it’s pretty massive. There should have been a link in the instructions somewhere, but this is the page that describes the binding, though you do have to scroll down a bit: https://patternscissorscloth.com/2010/11/14/everyone-needs-a-white-tank-top-binding-tips/
I know I’m late to the party but what fabric did you use for your shirt. Trying to find a good shirt fabric and can’t find what I’d like. Thank you for sharing your tutorial. Really well written and easy to understand. Looking forward to making it.
I used a lightweight rayon knit; any knit that’s lightweight and has good drape should work.
Thank you so much. I’m still trying to figure out fabrics as I’ve been using the scraps my aunt gave me. Thank you for sharing
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