Tunic pattern
hen.sl
Posted 2017-08-16 1:18 AM (#92217)
Subject: Tunic pattern


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Hi. I am in love with the Tunic Bible. So many variations that look fabulous. I was trying to find a tunic version in PMB5 with a placket insert at the neckline with a simple band collar. Any ideas where or how to make this?
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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2017-08-16 8:01 AM (#92218 - in reply to #92217)
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I love Sarah's blog and book too. I have been following her for years. The closest style we have at this time is the tuxedo yoke. In Boutique v6, choose the Yoked style. Uncheck the Back Yoke and and choose Tuxedo for the yoke style and Jeweled Vee for the neckline. The mandarin or band collars work with this neckline. You would need to edit the yoke and bodice front in PE to make it more narrow but that is fairly easy.

I will add the placket to the wish list for a future update.



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ursulab
Posted 2017-08-16 2:58 PM (#92219 - in reply to #92218)
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Can you post a link to Sarah's blog ?
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EasilyAmewsed
Posted 2017-08-16 3:15 PM (#92220 - in reply to #92219)
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Yeah, the Goodbye Valentino gal. : )

http://goodbyevalentino.com/

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RJW
Posted 2017-08-16 3:50 PM (#92221 - in reply to #92217)
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I would also love some tunic patterns.
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Susan Palmer
Posted 2017-08-16 6:19 PM (#92222 - in reply to #92218)
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Aren't tunics basically tops that are longer, but not as long as a dress? Can be loose or fitted, etc. Not sure why there would have to be an additional pattern category. Just wondering....

 

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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2017-08-16 9:10 PM (#92225 - in reply to #92222)
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Susan Palmer - 2017-08-16 5:19 PM

Aren't tunics basically tops that are longer, but not as long as a dress? Can be loose or fitted, etc. Not sure why there would have to be an additional pattern category. Just wondering....

 



You are absolutely correct. Most of the tunics in the Tunic bible can already be made in PatternMaster. We don't have the one specific neckline but most all other options are already there.
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hen.sl
Posted 2017-08-17 7:44 AM (#92226 - in reply to #92218)
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Hi Lisa...I don't see tuxedo as an option...See attached screenshot... Am I missing a step?

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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2017-08-17 8:28 AM (#92227 - in reply to #92226)
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We do not have the Tuxedo yoke in PMB version 5. You would have to upgrade to PMB6 if you want that option. It is new style we have added to version 6.
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kellyt
Posted 2018-01-23 7:10 PM (#92451 - in reply to #92217)
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i like the top tunic it is cute and you could use the yoke to do a lot of different designs. Thanks for the suggested settings.
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cfonfold
Posted 2018-01-23 10:48 PM (#92453 - in reply to #92227)
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Was there not a style in v5 blouses called western? Or maybe it was v4. I used it several times and believe it would adapt easily to this design..
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Lisa - Tech Support
Posted 2018-01-24 12:17 AM (#92454 - in reply to #92453)
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cfonfold - 2018-01-23 9:48 PM

Was there not a style in v5 blouses called western? Or maybe it was v4. I used it several times and believe it would adapt easily to this design..
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The was not a style called western. Only an applied yoke option.
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cfonfold
Posted 2018-01-24 1:29 PM (#92455 - in reply to #92454)
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I remember now! However if you're working with V5 I believe it would adapt. Thanks Lisa!
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