Imperial Officer Tunic Pattern



Photo credit: http://www.herodreamsimaging.com/

I joined the 501st back in April 2017 with my Imperial Staff officer. If you've followed my builds over the past few years, you'll know that I often pick costumes to build based on challenging elements. The tailoring and fit of this jacket was a challenge for sure, as was drafting the pattern! It no longer fits me as perfectly as it did when I made it, but I'm not really motivated to alter it at this point because of this portrait by Hero Dreams Imaging. . . . I don't think anything can ever beat the magic he captured!

This was originally made to fit - Bust 40, Waist 32, Hip 40 and 5'7"

So without further ado, here is a printable PDF pattern for my Imperial Officer Tunic!

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1aTWWPmMQy-Y1d7-qaAiKJ7oFDN08e6ui/view?usp=sharing

Jen

6 comments:

  1. Your Tunic looks awesome, thanks for sharing your pattern. Was wondering though do you have a tutorial anywhere? I have downloaded your pattern but cannot for the life of me figure out how the upper front pieces go together especially how the pocket forms. Thanks. Kylie

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    1. Unfortunately I don't - this was one of my earlier patterns before I started documenting everything with photos as I went.

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    2. But I've had making one for my husband on my to-do list for ages - when I get to that I'll make sure to document!

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  2. Wow, something made in exactly my measurements!! Who knew we were the same! lol

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  3. P.S. I have been fighting with several patterns to try and make a female Imp Officer and me finding this comes at the exact right time!!! Thank you for sharing this with us!!

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