Tops & Blouses · 5 Jul 2021

Eleanor Shirt from Sew Me Something

Loving this new shirt pattern – it’s so bright and breezy!

The Eleanor Shirt from Sew Me Something is the perfect addition to your handmade wardrobe. It’s a fairly simple project but does includes a few more sewing techniques to help you extend your sewing knowledge such as buttons, buttonholes and a shawl collar. The trapeze silhouette falls gently from the shoulders allowing ample room for comfort. The shirt sleeve ends at the elbow crease, but it can be rolled up for more of a retro look. The neat shawl collar sits snugly into the neck. Along with the yoke and inverted box pleat at the back provide all the detail you could need! The sewing pattern comes in UK sizes 8-20 Misses and 18-30 (Curvy) and is ideal for linen, chambray, double gauze, cotton lawn, rayon and other lightweight woven fabrics too.

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