Added Oct 1, 2012
I’d like to recommend this blouse if you’re a beginner and have low faith in your sewing skills. Don’t. This is an easy piece, quickly finished!
I couldn’t stop tweaking the pattern slightly by adding the yoke. To me it’s such a typical detail for shirts in the fabric i choose – western or lumberjack looking ones. I also slimmed down the tie-up collar width – 13 cm appeared to result in a very bulky knot (comparing with a bought ACNE denim shirt with a similar collar). This meant I shortened “laces” too.
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