Benjamin Tyler Shirt
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The Benjamin Tyler shirt perfectly blend simplicity and style for a casual shirt that is perfect for showing off fun woven cotton prints with the contrasting back yoke, open placket, and optional pocket.
This shirt is specifically designed to not require button or snap closure on the front placket opening.
Pattern includes measurements for sizes 12-18 months through 10 years and suggested fabrics include light-medium weight woven cotton, poplin, linen, and flannel.
Seam allowance is 3/8" (1cm) unless stated otherwise in the pattern, and is included in all measurements and templates.
Required Supplies: sewing machine, needle suitable for chosen fabric (universal), pins/clips, scissors and/or rotary cutter, measuring tape and/or cutting mat & ruler.
Suggested Fabric: This pattern is designed to be made with light-medium weight woven fabrics such as quilting cotton, poplin, linen, flannel.
Included in the Pattern:
~ Fabric requirements and printable pattern pieces for sizes 12-18mo, 18-24mo, 2T, 3T, 4T, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10
~ Nested templates for all parts, color coded by size
~ General sizing guide to help you obtain the proper fit for your child, including final shirt length
~ Supplies and suggested fabrics list
~ Clickable table of contents, for reference and ease of use on digital devices
~ Line drawings showing options, and modeled photos of finished set in various sizes
~ Details for modifications such as extending the placket and adding back pleats
~ All measurements throughout the pattern presented in both metric and imperial
~ Full color photo tutorial with specific details for each step; suitable for beginners
~ Hints and tips throughout the tutorial
The details and step-by-step instructions of this pattern total 19 pages, plus 10 additional pages for your templates.
NOTE: This is a pattern, not a completed garment.
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