Vintage western shirt #2

Flowery vintage western shirt

This is the second time I have made this shirt for Mr Ooobop!, using Butterick 5007. The last one was quite literally a year ago. I added some contrasting detail this time. Under the collar, the inside collar stand, under side of pocket flaps and inside cuffs.

contrast red detail

I also added some bias trim on the hem to retain some length but I love how it has ended up defining the shirt-tails and adding some more popping red!

bound hem

I made a couple of adjustments namely to the chest, shoulders and sleeve length but the most time-consuming thing of all on this shirt was the topstitching and flat felled seams.

Defo worth the effort though! More info over at ooobop!

 

 

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10 comments… add one

  • You did a fabulous job on the shirt and he is definitely rocking it!!!

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    • Thank you. Only trouble is… he just wants more! :-l

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  • He looks really really really pleased!!

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    • He was indeed pleased. Which is lucky really!

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  • Great fabric, great shirt and good looking guy – perfect! :)

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  • Thank you Evis. He will like that! :-)

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  • You go girl!

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  • What a stunning job! Nice to see some amazing man sewing happening! LOVE the piping along the bottom!

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  • Wouaouh! I like it! And it’s great to have men around who like to wear “funny” clothes!

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  • Definitely “keepers” — the shirt & the man!

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