Bring the romance to your OOTD in this charming puff sleeve shirt pattern. A delicate piece, this button up fitted shirt sewing pattern exudes confidence and sophistication. Be romantic, feminine, chic and elegant, all in one!
How To Style And Wear Your Puff Sleeve Shirt Pattern
This dainty and timeless piece can be worn in a variety of different ways. You can style it with some ripped jeans for a casual day out, or wear it with a pencil skirt and heels for a more sophisticated look. No matter how you choose to style it, this shirt is sure to make you look your best!
Sewing Pattern Overview
Delightful puff sleeves frame this button-up shirt, creating an overall look that is both romantic and chic.
The Abby puffed sleeve shirt pattern is great for a medium-skilled sewing enthusiast
More Of What's Inside Our Puff Sleeve Shirt Pattern
- A printable PDF sewing pattern format (You will need Adobe Reader on your computer to open the PDF files)
- Measurement sheet and size chart
- Step-by-step guide on how to cut and sew your pattern
- Assembling the pattern piece
- Step by Step Instructions with Illustrations
- Different sizes you can choose from (2-22 US / 34-54 EU)
- A4 and Letter format for printing at home
- A0 for printing at the copy center on A0 paper rolls
- Projector files for projecting the patterns directly onto the fabric using the home projector
Sewing Your Perfect Size Pattern
Easy-to-follow instructions will guide you through sewing our patterns, and when you're done, you will have a stylish new item for your wardrobe.
Now comes the fun part!
- Your Abby Puff Shirt PDF Pattern
- Preferred fabric
- Color matching thread
- interlining for collars, collar stand and cuffs
- 15 buttons (7 +8)
- Sewing machine
- 1 cm seams
- 1.4 cm hem (double turned hem)
woven fabric, suitable for shirts, such as cotton poplin or other light weight fabrics
How much fabric do you need for your diy puff shirt pattern?
These fabric requirements apply to fabrics with a width between 140 and 150 cm. In the case of fabrics with different widths or designs (striped, plaid, etc.), pattern placement may need to be revised. Make sure you buy some extra fabric for your project in advance so you don't have to make last-minute trips to the store.
A Fabric's Contraction Is Crucial!
Washing your fabric prepares it for cutting. In this way, you will preshrink the fabric and remove excess colouring. This method ensures that your garments remain true to size after being sewed and won't shrink after washing.
How to sew it
Sewing A Shirt Pattern - Instructions
Sewing the bodice
1. Sew the side back pieces with the center back piece, right sides together, using a 1 cm seam allowance. Overlock the seam and press towards the sides. fig 1
2.Sew the center face piece with the side face piece, right sides together, using a 1 cm seam allowance. Overlock the seam and press. fig 2
Apply a 2.5 cm wide strip of fusible interlining on the center front of the center front pieces. fig 3
Turn the center front twice, to the wrong side of the fabric (2.5+2,5 cm) thus creating the button stand. Pin in place and press.
4.Sew a topstitch at 1 mm from the edge of the button stand. fig 4
5. Sew the shoulders and side seam of the side front and side back pieces, right sides together. Press the seam open and overlock. fig 5
6. Turn up the hem 0.7 cm to the wrong side, then fold once more to create a double folded hem. Pin in place and sew at 0.5 cm. Press the hem. fig 6
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Sewing the sleeve
1. Apply fusible interlining on the wrong side of the cuff pieces.
2. Take 1 piece of cuff and bend the top part 1 cm inwards, wrong side to wrong side, and press. fig 1
Place the top and under cuffs right sides together and sew them on the edges and bottom. fig2.
The seam allowance is cut narrow, the corners are cut obliquely. The cuffs are turned and pressed.
3. The sleeve slits are cut according to the marking. Sew the bias tape on the sleeve slit: Place the bias strip to the sleeve slit edge, right side to right side. Sew the bias to the edge using the edge of the machine foot as a guide. Wrap the folded edge of the bias to the wrong side of the garment. Place the folded edge to the sewn line and topstitch at 0.1 cm. fig 3
4. Sew the side seam of the sleeve, right sides together. Press and overlock the seam. fig 4
5. Take the sleeve and sew one row of gathers at 0.5 cm and the second row at 1.5 cm on the bottom part. Sew at a great pace and leave long tails of thread for gathering. fig 5
6. Place the bottom of the sleeve that is going to be gathered to the top of the outer cuff, right side to right side. Gently pull on the two ends of the thread on the wrong side—the fabric will gather along the thread. fig 6
7. When all the gathers are in place, sew the sleeve and cuff together, using a 1 cm seam allowance. Press the seam gently
8. Turn under the seam allowance of the under cuff and pin in place around the cuff edge, taking care to insert the seam allowance inside the cuff. Make sure the two leading front edges of the cuff are symmetrical.
9. Use a flat top stitch to secure the under cuff at the cuff edge. Sew at 0.5 cm. fig 7
10. Place the sleeve into the armhole, right side to right side. Match the notches and the underarm seams. Pin from the sleeve side.
11. Sew the sleeve in the armhole at 1 cm from the raw edge, taking care to meet the notches. Press gently and overlock the seam. fig 8
12. Make 4 buttonholes on the upper side of the cuff at the point indicated by the pattern markings. Sew the buttons on the underside of the cuff. The size of the buttonholes depends on the size of the buttons used. fig 9
Sewing the collar
1.Apply fusible interlining on the collar and collar stand pieces, on the wrong side.
2. Sew the upper and under collar, right sides together, right side to right side, sewing around the sides and the outside edge. Sew a sharp point by pivoting at the corners. fig 1
3. Trim the seam allowance from the under collar. Remove the surplus fabric at the corners. Turn the collar to the right side and press.
4. Sew at 0.5 cm the bottom of the collar, wrong sides together. (the top collar is slightly bigger than the under collar, so there should be a little difference between them)
5. Top-stitch the sides and outside edge using the edge of the machine foot as a guide. fig 2
6. Take 1 piece of collar stand and bend the outer edge 1 cm inwards, wrong side to wrong side, and press. fig 3.
The 2 parts of the collar stand are placed good sides together, the collar being placed between them and sewn together along the front and top edge of the collar stand. Cut narrow the seam allowance and then the collar stand is turned and ironed. fig 4
7. The outer collar stand is sewn on the edge of the neckline, right sides together, taking care to meet the notches. Use a 1 cm seam allowance.
8. Turn under the lower edge seam allowance on the under collar stand and pin in place around the neck edge, taking care to insert the seam allowance inside the collar stand. Use a flat top stitch to secure the under collar at the neck edge. Sew at 0.5 cm from the right side. fig 5
9.Sew the buttonholes on the right chest, according to the markings. The size of the buttonholes depends on the size of the buttons used. The buttons are sewn according to the buttonholes on the left chest.
Sew Along Your Long Sleeve Button Up Shirt Pattern With a Video Tutorial
This sewing pattern video tutorial we put together is easy to follow and you can watch it at your own pace. The video will show you how to put the piece together and how it's done. You can pause and rewind the video as needed to get a better understanding of the pattern. This will allow you to complete your project quickly and to have an impressive end result.
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