shirt for my sister

Added Oct 4, 2008

by mary-dove

Seattle, Washing...

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Description

I first made this using McCall’s 8441, a vintage pattern I’d found at the thrift store. It was gi-normous and the sleeves were a bit much, so I totally remade it. Apart from resizing it, I modified the yoke and sleeves and brought the waist in.

Material Notes

cotton, elastic

Difficulty

Novice

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    Oct 12, 2008, 07.49 AMby tonierenee

    It sounds like you changed every piece of this pattern with exception to the back. So is it your pattern or is it McCall’s? I have always wondered that. How much do you have to change before it is yours? I totally love this shirt. (if your pattern were on this site I would make it)

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    Oct 7, 2008, 10.10 AMby Galadriel F

    How cute.

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    Oct 5, 2008, 04.51 AMby nikkishell

    That is a great top!!!

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    Oct 5, 2008, 12.21 AMby victors

    this is a lovely shirt and nice fabric;)

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    Oct 4, 2008, 06.01 PMby jessica-2

    i really liek this. it would also look cute as a dress or long shirt.

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