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Rachel

No. 3097

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Pattern Description

A button-up shirt is a powerful garment. It works for business casual, pairs with jeans for a smart look, and layers under pinafores and dresses. Plus, it’s a satisfying project that puts all of your favorite clever sewing techniques to use.

The Rachel shirt features a spread collar, patch pocket, bust darts, and a subtle pleat at the cuff, which closes with a placket and button. The back of the shirt has a center tuck that releases at the waist, for shaping and a fun silhouette.

Intermediate

Sizes and Supplies

0 - 26

All-purpose polyester sewing thread Sewing machine needle 1 yard lightweight fusible interfacing Point turner Nine 3/8" buttons

Light to medium weight woven fabric such as cotton shirtings, cotton lawn, chambray, linen, cotton voile, double gauze, rayon crepe, rayon challis, and silk.

Imperial Measurement Chart      
Metric Measurement Chart

Download Information

30 - 33 pages       31.8 MB


Pattern Fit

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Resources

Techniques and customization ideas for your Rachel


For a perfect pointed collar, the secret is in the folding.

This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to set in a sleeve.

3 new pattern hacks for your favorite button-up shirts! We'll show you how to add a crossover back peplum, combine flutter sleeves and a swingy silhouette, and create a tie-hem.