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Finally Finshed! Shirt with Wrap-Over Angled Yoke

Designing and drafting the pattern for this shirt was so much fun, 
and stitching it was even better!

In the post below this one, you will see the pattern and the "muslin" (test garment) for this style.  I only needed to make some very small changes to arrive at the finished shirt, involving the shape of the sleeve cap. It just needed to be a little flatter and a bit longer.

 Balancing details is important when designing menswear that differs from the norm. I did not want this shirt to veer into "western" territory, and of course I did not want it to look like a "blouse".  So I added a traditionally shaped pocket, and carried the piped accents of the yoke to the sleeve and pocket. The addition of a white band collar cut straight at center front (rather than rounded) and traditional white shirt buttons "marching" down the the front placket finish the look.

SEWING NOTES--  Shirting fabric from www.GorgeousFabrics.com, Collar interfaced with Pro-Woven Shirt Crisp Fusible Interfacing from www.FashionSewingSupply.com  Buttons are from the Light Assortment of "Buttons-by-the-Scoop" from www.FashionSewingSupply.com.


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Blogger Martha said...

It is fabulous! I like such a collar on a man - it seems especially nice for warmer weather. Though it is a man's shirt and indeed reads MAN, I would love one for me too. Do you sell this pattern?

8:18 AM  
Blogger Pam Erny said...

Hi Martha,and thanks for your nice comment! Sorry, no, I do not sell my patterns....

8:36 AM  
Blogger Linda T said...

Oh, what a beautiful shirt. The detailing is superb! Another wonderful garment, Pam!

8:54 AM  
Blogger Pam Erny said...

Thanks, Linda!

9:03 AM  
Blogger Sunni said...

It's fabulous! I adore the piping and the wrap over angled yoke! Gorgeous garment!

11:47 AM  
Blogger Mary Beth said...

I love all the well-thought-out details! What is striking me the most in the photo beyond all the richness of precision, & it maybe just a quirky thing of mine, but the depth of the button stand with this collar height is very satisfying. I'd love to see the shirt style modeled by a live human although I know that can be problematic.

12:03 PM  
Blogger BeaJay said...

You have done an excellent job. It has turned out beautifully. Great details.

4:43 PM  
Blogger Pam Erny said...

Thanks for your thoughtful comments, MB...yes I planned the width of the collar to measure the same as the width of the button stand between the top-stitching! I am thrilled that you noticed that! In a shirt design like this, the proportion of the design details really matters.

I will see if I can sweet-talk Roger into slipping the shirt on for a quick pic before it gets sent to my client...don't hold your breath, lol

6:00 AM  
Blogger Pam Erny said...

Fashionable Stitcher and BeaJay...thank-you!

6:02 AM  
Blogger Bunny said...

Such beautiful details, Pam.

5:25 PM  
Blogger Pam Erny said...

Thank-you, Bunny!

7:56 PM  
Blogger Rose said...

Wow! Pam, this shirt is great. The proportions look good and now I understand why. I continue to learn from you.

8:12 PM  
Blogger Lori said...

Amazing shirt, Pam, btw, I left you an award on my blog.

7:14 AM  

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