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Date: 1/24/13 10:00 AM

I'm looking for a pattern for something like this : Equipment shirt
Any suggestions?
-- Edited on 1/24/13 10:01 AM --
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Date: 1/25/13 1:16 AM

I know I've recently seen something like that somewhere...
There is an older ETSY: Simplicity 9200, but you would have to extend the top down.

But maybe you could extend the front of the corner of the bodices of a button-up sleeveless blouse to be able to create that knot, instead?
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Date: 1/25/13 1:50 AM

Here is one: Butterick 6661.
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Date: 1/25/13 9:02 AM

I have a RTW like that.
They just used a regular shirt pattern and tucked 2 long tie ends under the bottom edges of the shirt placket, elasticized the hem just up to the placket edges. Cut your own pieces shaped like a long leaf.

You could also copy the tie ends if you have a "flutter" cardigan pattern, where the fronts fall longer. Cut the tie pieces separate to save on fabric.
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Date: 1/25/13 9:22 AM

thanks for the tips!
The back of the butterick pattern shows what the tie front extensions look like. Shouldn't be too difficult to add onto an existing shirt pattern!
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Date: 1/25/13 9:39 AM

what about Simplicity 1694http://www.simplicity.com/p-8465-misses-tops.aspx. view f looks similar.

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Date: 1/25/13 9:41 AM

sorry messed up link--just no good at this yet.

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Date: 1/25/13 11:08 AM

Thanks! The Simplicity pattern has a back yoke which is a nice feature. It's quite a bit wider at the hem than the equipment shirt though.
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