I have never made this type of shirt before, and this one came out so great. Fits perfectly with no adjusting! Love wearing it with my Hepburn pants. Can't wait to make another.
I made my first Anna Shirt last week and, though I’ve only been sewing for a year and a half, was able to create a lovely Khadi silk blouse. The YouTube video on sewing shirts helped me when I wasn’t sure what to do.
I am very impressed! I have printed only my size and it looks great. Very good instructions on printing! I am ready to sew.
Had to make some office work shirts for my curvy non-binary kido. This pattern has been great. I can print 3 different sizes and adjust as necessary. Then I just use this patern as a base when I make others. Ive also done the camp shirt and the boxy shirt. She is also autistic so I have had to do a french seam on all of it. I've made 3 of this pattern so far, have 3 more to go.
Side note, the boxy shirt doesn't work well for french seams.
As always Wardrobe by Me came up with a great pattern ending in a great classic fitted shirt.
I had to play with only 1 meter of fabric and used some contrast fabric to make my version.
Used green-brown fabric with a flannel structure and black fabric with a cotton structure. Finished the hem with bias tape binding.
Don't be put off making this Anna shirt. Christina Albeck shows in a video how to sew this shirt together. So this shirt is even possible to make for a confident beginner.
Looking forward to make a version with short sleeves for Spring and Summer.