I’m looking for a good pattern for a men’s shirt. My husband is really slim and fairly tall so I think the Jakob pattern might be too wide for him?
A few of the projects that were made with the Jakob pattern looked like they would fit him perfectly but the person who sewed them made a lot of changes and I don’t think I’m really up to that level of proficiency.
If anyone has a good suggestion, I’d love to hear it!
P.s. This is one of the projects based off Jakob that looks like it would fit him.
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