|Pattern Description: MISSES' SHIRT: Fitted shirts A, B, C, D, E have collar band, shaped hemline, below elbow or long sleeves with pleats, placket, button cuffs, front-button closing, topstitch trim and narrow hem. A: button trim on pleated pockets, long, rolled sleeves (wrong side shows) and button tabs. C: tunic length. A, B, C: mock front bands. A, B, C, D: collar. D, E: front bands and princess seams. E: flounce. I sewed view A.|
Pattern Sizing: 6 - 22. I cut an 8 and graded to a 10 at the hips.
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? I didn't care for the continuous sleeve placket.
Fabric Used: Green cotton gingham with a slight amount of stretch from Michael Levine's
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: The pocket placement was a little high on my frame, so I moved it down by about 2 inches. The sleeves are a bit long for me, so I will shorten the sleeves next time by 1.5 inches.
Conclusion: This is easily the most worn garment I've sewn to date. Very versatile pattern, and easy to wear. No back yoke, so even quicker to put together.