Smock and T-Tunic Pattern Generator

An Elizabethan smock is actually a very basic garment. It is based upon a basic T-Tunic pattern, with no curves or close-fitting pieces involved. Nevertheless, making a pattern for a smock or t-tunic which fits neither too tightly or too loosely can take some doing, and unless you have either a pattern or pattern drafting experience, 2 or 3 smocks to get right.

Fill in the below measurments, and recieve individualized instructions on creating a pattern for a smock/t-tunic fitted precisely to you. Please round each measurement to the nearest 1/2 inch, and give all measurements in decimal notation (i.e., 2.5 instead of 2 1/2).

Click on the measurement title for more information about exactly how and where to take the measurement.

Please give me feedback on how this smock pattern generator works for you! The more comments I get, the better the program will become.

Safari Browser Issue: Dear pattern users, recently Site5 moved my website to a different server that did not have the graphics libraries installed needed to generate this smock pattern. I had to completely rewrite the generator. Turns out there is an SVG issue with the Safari Browser on macs preventing the pattern from displaying. I'm working on figuring out a workaround; until then, Firefox or Chrome will work for mac users.

Your Measurements

Measurement unit: Inch     Centimeter     Bust Measurement: inches
Waist Measurement: inches Hip Measurement: inches
Shoulder to wrist: inches Around the bicep: inches
Around the widest part of the hand: inches From Shoulder to Hem: inches
Shoulder to Shoulder: inches Fabric Width (optional): inches
Neckhole Shape Square (Elizabethan Smock)     Keyhole (small round neckhole with a slit)