The Cheyenne Tunic

While testing the Biscayne blouse I became an admirer of Hey June Patterns because of the care with details, great construction and finishing. Thus, I was really pleased when Adrianna picked me to test the Cheyenne Tunic and once more did not disappointed!

The Cheyenne Tunic can be made with a collar or dropped neckline, long or ยพ sleeves with optional sleeve tabs and shirt or tunic length, from sizes XS to 2XL. Plenty to choose and mix ๐Ÿ™‚

For the test I made view A (with collar), long sleeves and shirt length in size XS, which is my bust measures and graded to an S at the hips, also according to my measurements. The only change I have made was to reduce the sleeves length by 2 inches.



The tunic can be made in a variety of fabrics, from rayon challis to flannel to please all kind of styles. In my case Iโ€™ve opted for a more casual one, using a chambray from here and a plaid cotton (shirt or poplin weigh) bought in Portugal, to add some colour.



This was my first time making a collar with stand or a sleeve placket, but I hadnโ€™t had any problems as the instructions are clear and helpful so, if the pattern might look difficult donโ€™t give up on it because the instructions will help you.



At the moment Iโ€™m working on my second shirt and already bought the fabric for a third one with the dropped neckline, as you can see I really recommend the pattern. It is not a fast sewing project but so rewarding, the instructions include French seams as a result the shirt will be beautiful inside and out ๐Ÿ™‚



At the moment you can get the pattern on sale (you still have a few hours), so my advice is that you take advantage and get yours. You wonโ€™t regret it!

Congratulations Adrianna on another great pattern.

Have a nice week ๐Ÿ™‚