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|Author||CarlaC Dolly Designs, Scientific Seamstress|
“I love this pattern! My son has several shirts from it and he loves them.”
Score big with a button-up Bowling Shirt! With classic styling and a bit of retro-flair, this shirt is perfect for all ages. The shirt can be made from a single fabric for a “camp shirt” look, or can be pieced from multiple fabrics for a striped effect. The placket, collar, and sleeves can be made from contrasting fabrics as well, giving unlimited mixing and matching possibilities. The front and back of the shirt are great for personalization with applique or machine embroidery.
The shirt is designed for ease of construction. Although it looks like a store-bought shirt, it is put together very differently. The placket is assembled separately from the rest of the shirt, and is attached after the buttonholes are made. This eliminates any worry about botching the buttonholes at the end. It can be fully lined, or finished with hems. Each step of the construction process is described in detail and fully illustrated.
Sizes XXS - 3XL
Copyright © 2014 by Carla Hegeman Crim. All rights reserved. No part of this eBook may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means including information storage and retrieval systems without permission from the author. The patterns contained within are copyrighted, but may be used by independent crafters to produce items for resale provided the pattern was purchased from an authorized dealer.
2-5 yards of fabric (depends on size, style, and options)
basting tape or gluestick
I love this pattern! My son has several shirts from it and he loves them.
I have made this pattern in the child size for my grandson, and love it. I bought it in the adult size to make for myself. Sadly, this pattern is not at all sized for women. The directions are amazing, as always, and the size S shirt fits me fine in length and around hips, but is HUGE in the arms and shoulders. The smaller sizes would have been too tight across bust and hips. I've posted my photos, and I will wear this to Disney in the spring to meet Stormtroopers, but probably not again. Please note .... there are threads uncut in the detail photos ... I was feeling sad and didn't clean up my stitching before taking pictures. Also, just for reader's reference regarding the fabric choices, the BB Droid fabric (white background) from Joann's is awful. There is a misspelling, and the colors bleed during prewash.
Making this for my son
Used this awesome pattern to create my two triplet boys shirts for their 16th birthday, in order to match their triplet sister's sweet 16 worked out fabulously! The Bowling Shirts gave me an opportunity to really mix and match coordinating colors! Love this pattern!
Great pattern! All the Scientific Seamstress patterns are so easy to use!