After several days of drawing and re-drawing, I am finally able to present to you a new addition to my pattern collection – the (late) 12th century tunic pattern which I have been using so successfully for my husbands tunic projects till now:
- My very first “13th century male tunic” project
- My 12th century tunic for the “12th century wedding clothing project”
- My husbands christmas present – a “12th century grey light-wool tunic”
Well, I admit it, my 12th century tunic pattern is actually based on a tunic found in a royal grave from the early 13th century. Though it can’t be said for sure, my personal opinion is that this pattern can also be counted towards the late 12th century. Due to my love for the 12th century, I decided to count this tunic pattern towards to the late 12th century rather than the early 13th century.
However – regardless if late 12th century or early 13th century – this tunic pattern fits my husband perfectly and has all the proper wrinkles and the right appearance for my beloved romanesque fashion. And last but not least – my husband really likes the pattern! What else could one wish for… 😉
…but let’s cut a long story short and direct you directly to the download link for my new 12th century tunic pattern PDF, which can be found on my new page:
Medieval Inspired Sewing Patterns
The pattern PDF shows the most important steps and measurements which are needed to develop a personal (late) 12th century tunic pattern based on your own body form. Furthermore it also shows how I normally arrange the pattern on fabric in order to cut the needed parts with the least amount of waste.
I hope you enjoy my most recent 12th century tunic pattern PDF and find it helpful. I think that it would be really great to see more people wearing the romanesque style… 😀