MISPRINT: Fairfield Button-up Shirt Tissue Pattern
MISPRINT NOTICE: This listing is for a misprinted version of the pattern which is MISSING the sleeve pattern piece for Larger Figures. As such, this pattern will only be usable for people wishing to sew from the Average Figures size range. Alternatively, you can sew from the Larger Figures size range by emailing Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org to ask for the free PDF of the Larger Figures sleeve piece. The corrected version of this pattern will be back in stock early November 2022.
A button-up shirt with all of the classic details and a modern, moderately slim fit. This design features a slim collar with collar stand, an optional chest pocket, flat felled seams and a yoke. The button band is drafted onto the shirt front to make matching plaids and stripes simple. The hem is curved so that this shirt can be worn tucked in or loose. The sleeves include tower plackets and the option for a hidden tab so that they can be rolled and secured at the elbow. Choose between a center back pleat or create a more fitted look with long shaped darts.
The Fairfield includes regular sizing for slim to average figures and a separate set of pieces for larger figures to accommodate a rounded stomach.
This pattern, as part of the Cityscape Urban Menswear Collection, is an elegant silhouette accented with modern design elements. Sew the garments in this collection to create a polished wardrobe suitable for the professional lifestyle or formal occasions.
The Fairfield Button-up is available as a paper sewing pattern (sent to you by mail) or as an instant printable PDF download (sent to your e-mail). This listing is for the tissue version and you can view the PDF version here.
Paper Sewing Pattern Includes:
- A tissue copy of the pattern in sizes XS to 4XL
- A 21 page staple bound illustrated instruction booklet (lays flat while sewing!)
- An embroidered Thread Theory garment tag
- A chip board pattern folder with string closure - simple to use and sturdy enough to store your patterns for years to come