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Pattern Reviews> Grainline Studio> 11004 (Archer Shirt)

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Posted on:5/8/13 2:14 PM
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sarahjoharris said... (5/12/13 3:01 PM) Reply
Yours is my favorite Archer I've seen. Love the classic stripe with the contrasting fabric. The fit looks great--love a lettering, classic button-down.
Annette1 said... (5/11/13 1:20 AM) Reply
I could just admire your workmanship all day long. In fact, I'm feeling like a real SLUG for not STEPPING IT UP in the sewing room, after seeing your MASTERPIECES. :o) Truly unique and stunning. You're such an inspiration!
cleverkitty said... (5/9/13 4:33 PM) Reply
gorgeous color/pattern combining, inspiration is everywhere you proved it :)
redside said... (5/9/13 10:04 AM) Reply
Very classy!
grays08 said... (5/9/13 9:29 AM) Reply
Great shirt with the contrasting and great job working with the poly!
FreyaStark said... (5/9/13 4:41 AM) Reply
Fabulous! Fresh, crisp-looking and different.
Dilliander said... (5/9/13 3:37 AM) Reply
Very nice indeed, a beautiful shirt!
Margie T said... (5/9/13 2:37 AM) Reply
What a lovley shirt! Love the contrast fabric on on the collar & cuffs.
Zoe1986 said... (5/9/13 1:22 AM) Reply
Love this pattern and your topstitching is just perfect!! The contrasting fabric is fabulous. WELL DONE!!!!
jenleeC said... (5/9/13 0:04 AM) Reply
Lovely shirt! I have seen lots of lovely Archer shirts around and your version is perfect!
cmcarr said... (5/8/13 11:39 PM) Reply
Sue Parrott said... (5/8/13 10:23 PM) Reply
oh, I just love the contrast you used! So cute!
Jstarr4250 said... (5/8/13 8:29 PM) Reply
Anyone who is interested in the 12 month sew along, I've set up a Flickr group called "12 Months of "Grainline Studios Archer Shirt" Sew along". Any ideas of other places to get the word out?
mm said... (5/8/13 7:32 PM) Reply
I can see an archer coming on. Great shirt.
mnitts said... (5/8/13 6:29 PM) Reply
Wow wow wow. Did I say wow wow wow? I think this and the minoru jacket patterns are the next 2 patterns I NEED!
Lori V said... (5/8/13 6:10 PM) Reply
Love your Archer shirt, I would like to join the 12 months of Achers' sew along. Is it on flickr?
liliv said... (5/8/13 5:01 PM) Reply
I like your shirt very much! The flirty fabric you used to line the collar band, cuffs etc makes a very nice contrast with the strict striped fabric of the garment. Your sewing looks professional:)
ArtAttack said... (5/8/13 4:27 PM) Reply
Oooh, I might...I'm sending you a PM.
Jstarr4250 said... (5/8/13 4:16 PM) Reply
Thanks ladies! ArtAttack, I think you could easily make it more fitted by contouring the side seams or even adding some lengthwise darts. Others have described this as oversized and boxy but I haven't found that to be the case. I did do the sleeves and cuffs two sizes smaller, since I don't like excess fabric there. I hope you decide to join in. I'd LOVE to see all the colorful Archers you would dream up! (The pattern is downloadable.)
ArtAttack said... (5/8/13 4:07 PM) Reply
OMG! This is adorable!! Your work is impeccable! I see not ONE skipped stitch. As cute as it can be with this combo. Can that shirt be made a little more fitted without too much alteration? I might get in on the sew-along, but don't have the pattern yet...
Barbara V said... (5/8/13 3:50 PM) Reply
Love your crisp looking striped shirt. The contrast facings are amazing. I can just picture that beautiful china!
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