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Cotton Gauze Shirt

Added Aug 6, 2012

by SachiDespic

Ithaca, New York...

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Description

I love dress shirts but HATE ironing…especialy during summer.

I wanted to make a cover-up I can throw in my bag and not worry about wrinkles.

I made this shirt with white cotton crinkled gauze…which turned out to be a challenge when I tried to sew on a regular sewing machine. It streched out so much that it was impossible to sew a structured shirt out of…

But when I used the differential feed feature of my serger, the problem was solved! The shirt was put together almost entirely on a serger, and was done in no time!!

I used interfacing on pocket openings and collar stands only. I left the collar soft, and I love the effect!

The photos were taken after carring in my bag and wearing occasionally for a week…no ironing!

Material Notes

cotton 100% crinkled gauze

Categories

Season
Spring, Summer, Fall
For
Women
Garment Type
Shirts
Style
Beach, Casual, Romantic
Material
Cotton

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    Aug 9, 2012, 07.29 AMby bethmaryharley

    How beautiful! It looks so cool and comfortable – and great there’s no ironing! :)

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      Aug 9, 2012, 09.14 PMby SachiDespic

      Thank you!! yes, a no-iron shirt is a life saver during summer ;)

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    Aug 8, 2012, 10.40 PMby libra-s

    Love it!! You have picked a fantastic fabric for this pattern!

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    Aug 7, 2012, 08.09 PMby asperge11

    Looks great!

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    Aug 7, 2012, 09.03 AMby Smiley100

    Very chic! And amating fotos!!

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    Aug 7, 2012, 07.07 AMby SassyT

    Thanks for the heads up re the fabric stretching . I don’t have a serger but if I ever sew with cotton gauze, I will use my walking foot.

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      Aug 8, 2012, 04.49 PMby SachiDespic

      Walking foot is a great idea!!

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