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Men's Shirt with Straight Collar Stand

This is my newest original hand-drafted shirt design...
a classic dress shirt with some interesting design details.

Blue Stripe men's Shirt by Pamela Erny

This shirt, made from fine Swiss Cotton shirting features a bias cut front button placket and bias sleeve plackets.

Also, when you take a close look at the collar, you will see that its stand is not drafted with a curved front edge, rather it is straight...flush with the button placket.

Sewing Notes: Interfaced with ProWoven Fusible Interfacing from ~Fashion Sewing Supply~ Shirting Fabric from Gorgeous Fabrics

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Blogger Erica B. said...

That is a great looking shirt! I've been thinking of sewing for my husband and that would be a great style. I love the bias cut plackets!

2:34 PM  
Blogger BJ said...

Pam, you've started something now! I am going to make this squared collar stand ASAP. I love it! And I also like the way you used the stripes on the bias.

3:53 PM  
Blogger Lori said...

That is a great looking shirt, Pam.

6:16 PM  
Anonymous Andalee said...

I really like this one. I like the hem shape.

7:14 AM  
Anonymous Jeannine said...

Gorgeous work. Love the bias cut plackets. Really beautiful.

4:08 PM  
Blogger meredithp said...

Exquisite work, as always, Pam. Do you interface the bias areas with anything, that you wouldn't do on straight of grain? Sleeve plackets for example?

7:19 PM  
Blogger Pamela Erny said...

Meredith...thank-you for your nice comment.

I always stabilize bias details like the front button placket and sleeve plackets with interfacing cut on the straight grain. This way, I get the wonderful "look" of the bias, but the fabric is totally stable and does not stretch out of shape.

Of course, If I cut the back shoulder yoke on the bias, no interfacing is used, likewise, I do not interface bias pockets.

8:44 PM  
Blogger Marty's Little Corner said...

Pam, once again I am in awe of your talent. The shirt is great and love the bias details on the plackets. The straight collar stand would be an interesting detail. Even my DH loves it.
Thanks for sharing with all of us.

12:06 PM  
Anonymous Sarah W said...

MEN'S shirt? Not to me! I'd wear itin a heartbeat!

Absolutely gorgeous details, but my favorite is the *white* interior stand and back yoke. The contrast is wonderful, but it's a detail the *wearer* knows about, and the effect suggests to me that as much care was taken with the seams and facings as with the bias-cut button plackets.

9:11 AM  
Blogger Summerset said...

There are a lot of interesting details in this one. I'll have to ask my husband about this style of collar. I can see it working for a work shirt that he wouldn't wear a tie with.

1:22 PM  
Blogger jan said...

hi pam
loe the shirt but how are your eyes,I go crosseyed with stripes but you have made perfection again

11:21 AM  
Blogger AZ Barbara said...

Pam, I love it! The long bias placket is great and the bias front band breaks up the stripes a bit, giving a welcome point of interest. Your stuff is always so inspiring!

11:57 AM  
Blogger Karen said...

I love playing with stripes on men's shirts. This is beautiful - such a "serious" shirt until you see the wonderful bias details. I really like the squared collar stand.

I've learned so much about shirtmaking from reading your blog; I'm going to have to try another one soon just to try out that collar stand.

4:00 PM  
Blogger Cennetta said...

Pam - This shirt is beautifully made and I'm taking note. I'm planning a few shirt this spring and will try to copy your style. Thanks for the inspiration!

5:40 PM  
Blogger Carissa said...

That shirt looks great! I only made my first men's shirt for my BIL this past Christmas, but now DH needs some. Thanks for the great pictures and inspiration!

8:52 AM  
Anonymous ayesha said...

this is my first visit to this blog and i bookmarked it
i liked your blog very much
nice blog and nice shirt designs Dear
great job !

11:50 AM  

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