A with purchased belt or C D with front yoke and ruffling have standing collar. Longsleeves in C are gathered into snapped cuff Sleeves have shoulder darts.
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What size did you make? Graded up to sizes The new Decades of Style patterns have an increased size range, but this pattern is an older one before the size increase. Aside from grading up, I did a full bicep adjustment, which I do for nearly every pattern with sleeves.
Tailored fit clothing can make any body type look great. This tutorial will show how to make a tailored fit retro style western shirt. This shirt is made from denim with front and back yokes, snaps, flat felled seams, and pockets with flaps from a McCall's western shirt pattern.
There is a lovely new selection of affordable vintage patterns in our shop! These western shirts caught my eye in particular since they include such a huge amount of detail and would be a wonderful sewing challenge to sink your teeth into. Check out the shaped yoke in the pattern below:.
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Yippee-Yi Yea! I own only one and as a genre garment I think they can be overdone but a shirt with a contrasting Western-style yoke and snaps with two front pockets with prominent fold-over flaps? Very stylish. The yokes accentuate a guy's V-shaped torso and I happen to like shirts made from printed fabric featuring little scenes of cowboys, horses, etc.