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Great Expectations Maternity Tunic
PDF pattern
Instructions:
– Before you print out your pattern, print a sample test page to make sure the pattern is scaled correctly. Your printer should
be set to “No scaling”, “Actual Size,” or “100%”. Do not select “Shrink to fit printable area.” The dashed outline for each
page should measure 7” wide by 9 ½” long. If the sizing is correct, go ahead and print the rest of the pattern. This pattern
has been designed for 8 ½” by 11” paper.
– Pages 4 and 5 (front yoke) should be connected along the center front line, unless you plan to cut your yoke on the fold.
The same goes for pages 6 and 7 (back yoke). Assembly for these pieces is somewhat different – just cut along the center
front line of each piece, align the pieces, and tape them together. The dashed lines on either side of the center front are to
help with aligning the pieces. Once they’re taped, trace or cut the yoke pieces as desired.
– Pages 8 through 16 form the tunic front. Pages 17 through 22 form the tunic back. See the diagrams below for the
correct arrangement of the pattern pages. To assemble these pages, my recommendation is to cut out each of the dashed
boxes, align them carefully, and tape the boxes together.
– Once you’ve assembled your e-pattern sheets, I recommend tracing the pattern onto non-fusible interfacing (medium or
heavy weight) or tissue paper. The interfacing is the more durable option, but either option is much easier than working
with computer paper and tape! I recommend tracing two copies of pages 2 and 3 (the armhole pieces), since you’ll need to

cut four of each of those pieces from your fabric.
TUNIC FRONT DIAGRAM

TUNIC BACK DIAGRAM

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© 2012 ThoughtsandThimbles.blogspot.com

This pattern is for personal use only

- Page 1 -

FRONT ARMHOLE
Cut 4 of fabric

Piece 1 of 6

Great Expectations
Maternity Tunic
© ThoughtsAndThimbles.blogspot.com

For personal use only

- Page 2 -

BACK ARMHOLE
Cut 4 of fabric

Size S/M

Piece 2 of 6

Great Expectations
Maternity Tunic
© 2012 ThoughtsAndThimbles.blogspot.com

For personal use only

- Page 3 -

↑ CENTER FRONT

Great Expectations
Maternity Tunic
© 2012 ThoughtsAndThimbles.blogspot.com

For personal use only

FRONT YOKE
Cut 2 of fabric


Size S/M

Armhole
Placement
Guides

Piece 3 of 6



- Page 4 -

FRONT YOKE
PART 2

CONNECT WITH FRONT YOKE
↓ ALONG CENTER FRONT LINE

- Page 5 -


Armhole
Placement
Guides


Size S/M

Piece 4 of 6

Great Expectations
Maternity Tunic
© 2012 ThoughtsAndThimbles.blogspot.com

For personal use only

BACK YOKE
Cut 2 of fabric



- Page 6 -

CENTER FRONT

CONNECT WITH BACK YOKE
ALONG CENTER BACK LINE

BACK YOKE
PART 2

- Page 7 -



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