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Vintage Vogue Men's Batik Shirt

(please note--the sleeves are the same length..I took the photo at a slight angle...oops!)

Roger is taking a trip soon because his daughter is graduating from Florida Gulf Coast University...and he needs a few new comfortable shirts.  I think This batik fabric and vintage Vogue Pattern #9366, make a very fashionable match! 

Washable wood buttons from Fashion Sewing Supply finish the casual look of this shirt, as does the Pro-Sheer Elegance Fusible Interfacing that has the perfect hand for this smooth lightweight cotton batik.

In case you are wondering...no...I will not be making him a pair of short-shorts as shown on the pattern envelope, LOL !  Something for which I am sure his daughter will be grateful ;)

However,  I will be writing a tutorial soon about how to professionally handle sleeve cap ease specifically on shirt sleeves after they have been set (sewn)...so stay tuned.


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Blogger Summerset said...

Nicely done, relaxed without screaming, "tropics".

2:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love that fabric. Nice work...looks better than RTW!

2:25 PM  
Blogger Lori said...

great looking shirt, perfect for Florida. Congrats to his daughter.

2:35 PM  
Blogger Gorgeous Things said...

That shirt is GORGEOUS! I love that batik

3:00 PM  
Blogger Evelyne said...

That's a great shirt - love the colour. I'm hoping to finish my first shirt soon, so this tute will come in handy....Many thanks.

5:39 PM  
Anonymous Theresa in Tucson said...

Nice Spring green. Eagerly awaiting the tutorial.

7:09 PM  
Blogger Sylvia said...

Nice! My fiance loves batiks, too, so I've made similar shirts for him as well (although with a more recent pattern). Plus, we get to keep the scraps! Great if you're a quilter as well... :)

7:10 PM  
Blogger Pamela Ann said...

I am certain DH would LOVE a shirt like this! As stated before, it is tropical w/o screaming tropics, very understated from what one would normally see and thats my kind of shirt! I think khaki shorts would look great w/ them,but * not* as short as on the envelope cover !LOL!
Great job as usual Pam,

9:24 AM  
Blogger Jane M said...

Beautiful colors in this shirt fabric. It looks cool and refreshing which is just what he'll need at FGCU...it's hot here right now. He must be so proud of his daughter!

9:26 AM  
Blogger Pam~Off The Cuff ~ said...

Thanks for all your nice comments :)

Yes Jane, we are both so proud of Cortney...who is graduating with honors! She will have a Criminal Justice Degree, and going straight into the Police Academy...with a position with a local Police Dept waiting for her when she completes the Academy.

I wish I could be there, but it is too soon for me to travel after my recent surgery :(

9:46 AM  
Blogger Liana said...

Beautiful! The fabric is just right; tropical yet not silly. The buttons are the perfect designer touch as well. I imagine Roger is quite thrilled.

Congratulations to your DD too, and what a great career awaits her. :)

2:12 PM  
Blogger Handmade said...

Just love it!!!!! And I equally LOVE your tutorials!

12:14 AM  
Blogger sewing spots said...

Love the shirt! It would look terrific on my dh...good thing he doesn't read sewing blogs or I would need to make one, too!

Looking forward to your tutorial.

8:26 AM  
Anonymous Linda Stutterheim said...

I love that shirt! Great print too.

4:19 AM  

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