I started this design last week, but have been very busy since my blog-interview
with the lovely Gertie!
When finished (sometime next week, I hope)...this will be a Man's Shirt with a one-piece *angled* wrap-over
Yoke. Excuse the poor sketch (I cannot draw) and blurry pic of the
muslin was pretty good and I've made some minor changes to the final pattern. Right side of shirt is shown...
When drafting a shirt for a man where the yoke wraps over the shoulder and ends at a deep angle in the front, shape needs to be "built-into" the yoke so that the shirt lays smoothly along the shoulder. While you will sometimes see a design like this for women or children...there are very few angled (one piece) yoke styles found among commercial patterns for men. In menswear this look is usually accomplished by a separate piece that is stitched to the shirt fronts (like western shirts, for example).
Labels: Design/Pattern Drafting, Sewing Plans