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9/10/2007

Dress Shirt With Bias Details and Curved Collar


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This shirt, made from Swiss cotton, features a bias button placket, and bias sleeve plackets. Another feature is the collar, which has a curved edge. The pattern was drafted by hand, and is an original design. You may notice that the sleeve plackets are very long, yet do not have buttons. The lack of buttons on the sleeve plackets is what my client prefers, and the customer is always right!





This Photo shows the collar, which features a curved outer edge. When the shirt is worn, the curved collar sits perfectly on the shoulders, without wanting to "flip up".








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8 Comments:

Blogger mermaids said...

simply elegant. your details are subtle, but so effective.

4:54 PM  
Anonymous Andie said...

Oh Pam, not only do I like the way you now can search your blog by topic, but this shirt is wonderful!

"A"

8:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really like this shirt. Very courageous of you to do bias trim, but it turned out very well!

11:19 AM  
Anonymous Cheryl Moncrief said...

Pam, this shirt is gorgeous, just as all your work is. I haven't sent a comment before, but I feel strongly about speaking up here, as I so appreciate your work, website, and your products. I hope you are in good health! Cheryl

10:26 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen Sews said...

A really elegant shirt. I bet your customer is delighted.

11:44 AM  
Blogger Liana said...

Pam, What a gorgeous shirt! The bias details are so unique, and I love the way you always customize to further your client's comfort without in any way compromising the beauty of the garment. Just beautiful!

9:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love the shirt but

"You may notice that the sleeve plackets are very long, yet do not have buttons. The lack of buttons on the sleeve plackets are what my client prefers"

I'm curious to know why. Does your client only wear the shirts with the sleeves rolled up?

2:45 AM  
Blogger Pamela Erny said...

Yes, my client always wears his shirt-sleeves rolled up, and finds buttons on the sleeve plackets annoying.

8:54 AM  

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