Added May 23, 2012
Linen twill (outside layer):
1 centre front 2x
2 side front 2x
3 centre back,
on a fold 1x
4 side back 2x
5 upper sleeve 2x
6 under sleeve 2x
7 back standing collar piece,
on a fold 1x
8 pocket piece 4x
Draft the following pattern pieces not included in the pattern:
a) 2 bias piping strips (sleeves),
19 cm (71/2 ins) long, by 5 cm (2 ins) wide (incl. allowances).
Cotton twill (inside layer):
pieces 1 to 7.
Interfacing: On right front edge, iron a strip of interfacing, 5 cm (2 ins) wide, to wrong side of fabric, to reinforce fabric for the bound buttonholes. On each upper sleeve piece, iron strip of interfacing, 3 cm (11/4 ins) wide, to wrong side of fabric, to reinforce fabric for the buttonhole slit.
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