I’ve been thinking to make Cheyenne Tunic for a while, I thought of it in a shirt variant, with a classic collar, but ended up with this fabulous v-round-neckline and in tunic length)) lol Long time thinking usually changes all plans!

I didn’t change the pattern or sewing instructions, I just followed everything))

As I say in the video: don’t buy this fabric, unless you don’t care about matching plaids! It was a nightmare! I think it was payback from my consciousness for buying cheap fabric, lol. Never again! I hope )))

Pattern – is a dream!!! Wanna non-fitted shirt with slight curves?! Go for it, so many variants you can create with it! And the instructions are fabulous! I’ve learned a lot and the experience (not thinking about fabric) was fantastic!!!

What I would change for the next time:

  1. Try size M
  2. Shorten the sleeves by 5-6 cm
  3. Make smaller the sleeve’s cuff, found out that my wrists are too narrow)))
  4. Might be hip length)

I think that’s it))




planning my sewing with hWardrobe ebook

fabric information

Cheyenne Tunic by Hey June

size L


bust – 93 cm (36,6 in)

waist – 77 cm (30,3 in)

hips – 101 cm (39,7 in)


Tory Burch Flats

Earrings made by me



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