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Casual twist on Pam's tailored shirt

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Flower denim 1

Created in this Craftsy Course

The Classic Tailored Shirt taught by Pam Howard

Roll up your sleeves and make a perfectly tailored shirt with the help of expert shirtmaker Pam Howard.

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Sewing
Type Clothing
Sizing Men
Style Retro / Vintage, Hipster, Cute, Casual
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What materials did you use? Stretch denim and printed quilting fabric

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What are you most proud of? The final result. And the fact that those are the first shirts that I sew.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Take your time, never work in hurry. The center front point is tricky when using cuts with different patterns. There is a hidden snap at the point where the flower block end to ensure the lines are at the same point and never move.

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Pam, these are beautiful! Excellent job.

04/23/2013 Flag

Thanks maggie. I really appreciate your comment. ;) alfred

04/24/2013 Flag

Oh Alfred, I am so sorry, I addressed my comment to the class teacher, Pam. Anyway, your shirts at wonderful Alfred, they look so professional! Ciao!

04/26/2013 Flag

Hi alfredbesora! I love your twist on the Classic tailored Shirt! No one would know that these were your first shirts, you've done an outstanding job. I really love your choice of fabrics and the contrast for them on the tokes, cuffs collars, etc. Keep making them, great job :-)) Thanks, Pam

04/23/2013 Flag

Thanks very much, Pam. I have been designing clothes for so many years, but with your course I am going to buy NEVER again a shirt, but making them on my own. Thanks again Pam, you made me achieve it. love, Alfred.

04/24/2013 Flag

J'aime beaucoup votre col.

04/27/2013 Flag

You did a splendid job! It looks like I may have to something just like this for mine, I did not get enough material and they no longer sell it. Sad thing is I have already cut everything out but the yoke. I have to ask, was this intentional or did you goof like me?

07/08/2013 Flag

Hi Knight. It was intentional, if you look close you will see that the joye is competely open, so shell fabric gets also up to the shoulder line.

07/12/2013 Flag