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Jedi's tunic pattern


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Whether creating a cosplay of Qui-Gon Jinn, Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, or Mace Windu.

Or even creating an OC (original character) Jedi cosplay...I got the tunic's pattern you need.

While the exact tunic model varies slightly from one Jedi to another, the style remains always really similar. With this pattern, you'll have an excellent base to make your own tunic.

📌 Design following guidelines of official cosplay groups*:

  • Kimono-style tunic, completely lined, mid-thigh length. With shoulder tuck.
  • Tabard starting from the belt, at the back and longer than the tunic, at the front, by a few inches.
  • Obi belt wider than the leather belt
  • Undertunic (created as a dicky to reduce layers)


🤓 This pattern is for the Jedi's tunic only

💜 Also available : THE COMPLETE JEDI COSTUME PATTERN

 

 This kit includes 3 items :

  • The Jedi's tunic pattern
  • The Belt (sash + tabard) pattern
  • The undertunic pattern

       

      tailles diponibles  Available sizes:

      This costume is available in 9 sizes : X-Small to 5X-Large (adult - unisex)

      see the size guide for more information

        matériel recommandé  Suggested materials :

        To make this costume, I suggest using cottn or linen. (more information inside the instructions)

        marche à suivre   Instructions including :

        • complete assembly procedure, with pictures
        • informations on how to correctly read your pattern
        • French and English version

          Your files will be available as soon as you complete your order. You will receive a download link following your order confirmation.

          🤓 Heads up! This is a digital file. You will not receive any physical product in the mail.

          Our PDF patterns are available:

          - In letter size (8½"x11") and in A4 size (210mm x 297mm), for printing easy at home.

          - And in archE (36"x48") and A0 (841mm x 1189mm) formats. For large format printing at your local printer.

          🤓 A tutorial is included to help you properly print and prepare your patterns before starting your project.

          Out of respect for my work, it is forbidden to share or resell this product.

          However, you can very well sell the creation you have made using this product. I'm just asking you to credit my work. 🖤

          Feel free to tag me if you share your creations on social media.

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          * L'approbation de ton costume par les regroupements officiels dépend de plusieurs facteurs. Le choix de tissu et la qualité de fabrication sur très importants. Contacte-les directement pour avoir les meilleurs conseils.

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          ★★★★★

          I loved the printing tips and the ability to remove some layers. The sewing instructions were perfect and easy to follow, with photos included. The Rebel Legion saw my Obi Wan and invited us to work with them!

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