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JP shirt pattern
Spinoff from retro western shirt thread.
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Date: 7/20/13 9:17 PM

My son is a Wyoming cowboy and for work prefers collarless shirts with fuller sleeves and plenty of room in the body for ease of movement. I buy him these

http://www.jpeterman.com/The-J-Peterman-Shirt

when they go on sale and wish I could find a pattern.

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

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Date: 7/20/13 11:21 PM

What about this?


Folk wear

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Date: 7/21/13 3:06 AM

I was thinking of Folkwear too, but the shirt I thought of was this one:102
if you added buttons, it would be pretty close

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Date: 7/21/13 4:03 PM

Thank you! I've had the MO Boatman shirt pattern for years but my son doesn't like the collar or closing. 102 is closer- couldn't be too hard to extend the opening and add buttons...

hope those aren't Famous Last Words. :)

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Date: 7/22/13 1:02 PM

I would think using a that placket would be more difficult that just having a standard button placket running the length of the shirt.
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Date: 7/22/13 3:07 PM

You are probably right but he likes not having so many buttons to snag on things.

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Date: 7/23/13 0:51 AM

Check out the website buckaroo bobbins, they have a pattern for a similar shirt .cowboy shirt

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Date: 7/23/13 0:55 AM

Diane, you are a honey! That looks like exactly what I'm looking for. I'm not familiar with the company. Have you used their patterns?

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Date: 7/23/13 12:52 PM

I found the pattern on E-Bay after gasping at the almost $7 s/h charge on the original site. My first E-Bay purchase. :)

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Date: 7/24/13 0:35 AM

I've never used them, but I used to make lots of costumes and knew where to find things I might have needed. Good Ebay score!!

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