Woodelf lace up tunic sewing pattern
Digital PDF blueprint to help you make your own cosplay or LARP costume! Do you want to use the exact patterns that I drafted and used for my own original design Woodelf cosplay that’s featured in my ‘Beginners guide to cosplay armor & props’? Now you can! Read on…
A set of digital sewing patterns (PDF) that you can print out and use to make your own cosplay or LARP costume. It’s a digital file, so there is no physical pattern that I send to you. You will need to download the file to your computer and work with it from there.
If you buy this PDF, you can immediatly download it and print it to make your own garments. This pattern set does not include a written tutorial book. So some basic sewing experience is advised when working with this pattern. All pattern pieces are drawn without seam allowance. So you can choose your own prefered amount of seam allowance. The tunic has a pointed hem at the front and the back, and the back is longer than the front. The pattern is in my own size (I made it and used it for my own cosplay. I’m putting them up online to help as a guide for other cosplayers to make their own cosplay). If you make the tunic exactly like the pattern, it will be 100 cm circumference at the bust, 80 cm around the waist and flared out at the hips. The lace up closure at the sides makes this tunic fit bigger sizes too though.
If you want to use it for another size, you can adjust the pattern pieces quite easily. I always suggest making a mockup first and then see if you need to adjust any of the pieces to make it fit perfect for you.
This digital PDF pattern set includes sewing patterns for the following:
- Suggestion for placement of rivets for lacing
- PDF files with the blueprint in dinA4 size (10 pages)
- PDF files with the blueprint in Letter size (12 pages)
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