You can make a nice, tailored shirt for your man (or yourself!)……
or you can make a damn great SHIRT!
It’s all in the details, isn’t it? Love that contrast fabric on the inside of the cuffs and collar stand.
Ohhh, check out thatÂ perfectly matched pocket. With contrast piping. And the upper pocket edge set on the bias. And lower pocket edge shaped toÂ mimic the cuff edge diagonal shape.
Love how aÂ bias yokeÂ looks onÂ plaid shirts!
This navy/burgundy/royal plaidÂ is by far my favorite made-by-me shirt. I had such fun designing all the little touches that make this shirt one-of-a-kind, and I really hoped my son wouldÂ like it, too. I sent both the navy plaid and the black/grey stripe to him for his birthday in February, and he loved them both! The stripe is perfect for appearing in court (he’s the attorney, not the defendant! 🙂 ), and the plaid for grabbing a beer and pizza after work with his girlfriend. Win/win!
(BTW – don’t men’s shirts look funny on women’s dress forms? What’s a gal to do tho? None of my guysÂ are very willing models, Â and neither of my sons live close by either.Â So, ignore the, ummm,Â shaping. 😉 )