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The SHIRTMAKING WORKBOOK / Pattern, Design, and Construction Resources

So Much Honored to be listed in this Excellent book!

David Page Coffin delivered to us a Compendium dedicated to all sewers.

It is  inspiring to beginners and advanced sewers. Inside you will find an amazing collection of ideas and helpful guides.The Shirtmaking Workbook includes fabulous Online Content, many extensive lists and links to further reading and references. Thanks to David Page Coffin, your next sewing project will be Masterful!

                                                                                               With Great Gratitude,

Anna G. – Fashion designer

Для меня огромная честь быть одним из дизайнеров о которых идет речь в этой замечательной книге. Автор подарил настоящий клад идей для всех желающих мастерски кроить и шить рубашки.

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Mod. Davide Shirt: elegantly comfortable

 

Mod. Davide

 

The inspiration for this Model came from David Page Coffin’s “Shirtmaking”, which is  my favorite book about the topic .

I find very interesting the elbow patches cut in one with the sleeve placket, highlighted by contrasting fabric.

The hem is faced and featuring the side splits.

Another interesting detail is the double “button down” collar, made from two contrasting layers of fabric.

For this Model I would suggest the “Nevada” 100 % cotton in white for the Shirt’s body and the light blue for the details.

The Canclini’s “Nevada” cotton is the 2-ply fabric made of long-staple yarns 90/2, Egyptian cotton only, that are able to keep brilliance, soft and silky hand touch during their life.

Also many other colours are available as much as the choice of hand-embroidered client’s monogram.

If you’d like to order this beautiful hand-made MTM (made-to-measure) Shirt, you are welcome to contact us via mail: annagfashion@gmail.com

Anna G., Designer

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There are dozen…

There are dozens of ways in which elements of a man’s shirt have been adapted to women’s blouses. A woman might find a dress-shirt collar designed for a tie on a pleated, ruffled and darted blouse…Or a woman can simply wear a man’s shirt, as many have done and everyone agrees looks wonderful.
                                                                                 

 David Page Coffin “Shirtmaking”