Archer Button Up Shirt Pattern - Grainline Studio
The Archer Button Up is a loosely fitted button up shirt with long sleeves. View A has angled cuffs and a back pleat at yoke. View B has straight cuffs and a gathered lower back detail.
Techniques involved include sewing a straight seam, setting sleeves, continuous button plackets, adding a shirt collar and buttons & buttonholes.
Kari is wearing a size 6 Archer
SUGGESTED FABRICS Shirt weight fabrics ranging from silk chiffon, silk crepe de chine, cotton shirting, chambray, lightweight denim, and flannel.
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The style of this shirt is great, very versatile, can be worn alone or left open over a t-shirt. Nice details (e.g. angled cuffs), and the pieces all fit together very nicely. Much of this shirt was new for me (collar stand, button bands, sleeve plackets, cuffs, and I found the instructions and diagrams rather vague. I notice that on patternreview.com, many sewists found the instructions were great. Perhaps they have more experience than I with making shirts. I have made the shirt twice already, and really do appreciate how well all the pieces fit together.