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Pattern Reviews> Butterick> 4712 (Men's Banded Collar Shirt)

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Posted on:7/23/10 3:22 PM
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Hilary said... (8/14/12 6:45 PM) Reply
This turned out great, both ways-with only the collar stand and with the added collar. I love that this pattern has both a knit and a woven shirt-its a very versatile pattern (now if i can manage to grade up from a size 40 to an XXL for my tall broad shouldered hubby :oP). Thanks for another very helpful review!
dilucentelj said... (7/26/10 3:24 PM) Reply
I love this shirt! Clean lines, simple but elegant styling...and nicely sewn! Great job!
Peter in NYC said... (7/25/10 1:28 PM) Reply
Kashi at Metro Textiles (265 W 37th, 9th Fl) has great mens shirting for $4/ yd. Even cheaper is H&M @ 257 W. 39th -- cotton prints and solids are $2/yd, always. A lot of it is good quality too.
AuntieShel said... (7/25/10 10:21 AM) Reply
This shirt is amazing. Impeccable sewing. Love that fabric. While I found some good deals on fabric in the garment district, none were as great as yours. Where do you go? Had to comment on that pattern envelope--so very 70's!!!
Jolet said... (7/25/10 9:20 AM) Reply
Great shirt, very special because of the specific collar. Like you stated: cool and not too casual! Worthwhile making it again. You did a great job regarding the plackets!
pterion said... (7/24/10 6:43 PM) Reply
Great looking shirt, Peter! Beautiful job on those sleeve plackets.
Mahler said... (7/24/10 11:33 AM) Reply
Wonderful shirt, eXcellent sewing skills !
frame said... (7/24/10 10:33 AM) Reply
great sleeve placket
carolynw said... (7/24/10 9:33 AM) Reply
Great looking shirt - cool, casual and elegant!!
Rhoda K said... (7/24/10 7:25 AM) Reply
A beautiful and well made shirt! I love the style.
tess said... (7/24/10 7:23 AM) Reply
Your shirt looks great, Peter, will you be posting a photo of Michael in his?
valerie sews said... (7/24/10 2:00 AM) Reply
Lovely classic white shirt. I admired the placket/cuff too!
paulakiss said... (7/24/10 1:34 AM) Reply
What a fabulous shirt! It looks so professional and tailored! Very sexy... even with those pants which I love! Thanks for the tips. Your review makes me want to sew one for my hubby!
Annette1 said... (7/23/10 11:45 PM) Reply
VERY nicely done both in FIT and CONSTRUCTION. That PLACKET is just beautiful! :o)
Peter in NYC said... (7/23/10 9:21 PM) Reply
Thanks, all! Yeah, I'll use the weft weight interfacing from time to time, Snoo, and that's about it.
Snoo said... (7/23/10 8:50 PM) Reply
Very, very nice fitting shirt. I agree with your feelings toward iron on interfacing. The only iron on kind I ever use is the woven fabric type. It seems to do okay for me.
RLL said... (7/23/10 8:42 PM) Reply
Very classic and nicely made shirt. Who couldn't use a classic white shirt?
MarthaH said... (7/23/10 8:27 PM) Reply
Great shirt! Your sewing is lovely.
barebear said... (7/23/10 8:05 PM) Reply
It looks awesome Peter! Classy shirt.
Maree P said... (7/23/10 7:54 PM) Reply
I really like your shirt Peter, classic styling.
FreyaStark said... (7/23/10 6:59 PM) Reply
A superb shirt. Well done.
Elona said... (7/23/10 5:05 PM) Reply
I love the trim look of this vintage pattern on your trim self.
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