In ancient Hyrule, The Champion's Tunic could only be worn by one who had earned the respect of the royal family. Create your Breath of the Wild Link Cosplay with this sewing pattern!
This is a sewing pattern inspired by Link's Champion Tunic - It comes with individual .PDF files for 6 pattern sizes for a tunic and undershirt. Print off only the size you need!
-24 page Illustrated Instruction guide, Yardage & Supplies list, Modification Tips and a Print Assembly Guide.
-6 .pdf pattern files (US Men's XS-XXL) in Letter / A4 "Print at Home" format & Arch E / A0 Large Format Plotter Printer Format (NEW!)
-SVG & PNG files for use with digital cutters (NEW!)
The Champion's Tunic unique appliqué designs are included in grey on this pattern. Each size has them scaled to fit & are printed directly on to their corresponding pattern piece so they can be used as a placement reference guide too!
Basic instructions are included. Experience with garment construction is recommended. See listing images for a list of recommended sewing skills needed for making this project.
You will receive instantly downloadable .PDF files that you can print at home.
Formatted to print on 8.5"x11" paper & A4 paper (Print at 100% scale)
Each size comes with a visual guide and numbered pages to make taping your pattern pieces together easier.
This pattern was drafted to fit a US men's Extra Small to 2X Large size run, but can be used as a Unisex pattern.
Pattern Sizes included:
X Small - Chest 33”-34” / Waist 27”-28”
Small - Chest 35"-37" / Waist 29"-31"
Medium - Chest 38"-40" / Waist 32"-34"
Large - Chest 42"-44" / Waist 36"-38"
Extra Large - Chest 46"-48" / Waist 40"-42"
XX Large - Chest 50”-52” / Waist 44”-46”
Don't need a whole pattern but want help with the tunic's applique design? Check out my applique pattern!
I've created this to help hobbyists make their crafting easier - Individuals can use this pattern to make a cosplay commission, but company commercial use or any form of redistribution is prohibited.
I'd love to see anything you make with this! Tweet me your photos of this pattern in action @madewithmaridah so I can reshare you!