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5/21/2011

MUST SEE--- Bren's Mens Shirt Fitting Series!


A Big THANK YOU going out to Bren of  Brensan Studios Patterns 
for her wonderful 7-part Men's Shirt Fitting Series on her blog...click here   This is something I have been meaning to do for ages, but Bren's husband is much more cooperative than mine ;)  The series is chock full of professional information that is rarely shared...including the fine details of fitting a mens shirt muslin and then tranferring those changes to the pattern.  Please do not forget to leave her some comments...she deserves them! This series is a gem and must have taken her many hours to photograph and share.

And...she also tells us she is busy designing a series of new SHIRT PATTERNS for MEN --- YAY! 

I have no affiliation with Bren other than being an admiring colleague...but I do highly recommend the extensive line of Women's Shirt and other Patterns she has already designed :)  Look beyond the bright prints and cottons if that isn't your thing...the "bones" of her patterns are great...and can be mixed and matched... how fabulous!

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Bren said...

Pam, Thank you for your nice comments about my Big Boy Shirt Fitting series. DH is a great sport and I am now busy on making him a few surprise shirts for being so patient with all the fitting and photography! Will keep posted on the Men’s Shirt Patterns.

11:49 AM  
Anonymous Bred Pit said...

The Bren's series is fabulous and the 7 piece creation is very nice. I also visited the blog and i am sure it is very beneficial for the guys like me, the shirt lovers.

4:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pam, just went over to her blog to take a look. Great site. I have been making camp shirts for DH and DS for years and this tutorial will give me the ability to tailor the shirts to them. My DH has just a hint of the BBQ front. I'm going back to take a closer look at her other patterns.
Theresa in Tucson

10:12 AM  
Blogger Eli, Cattails Quilts said...

Thank you so much for the link to Brensan Studios! This is exactly what I needed for collar alterations for shirts for my hubby!

6:02 PM  

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