Recommended fabrics: cotton stretch fabric.
You will need: clue interfacing; 7 buttons.
Attention! Fabric consumption varies depending on the size of garment. First of all, print out paper patterns and lay them out at the width of fabric/ knit you plan to use, to see how much fabric you will need.
When sewing the garment, pay attention to notches- they must coincide.
1. Front part - 2 details
2. Back part – 1 detail
3. Collar – 2 details
4. Stand-up collar – 2 details
5. Sleeve - 2 details
6. Cuff – 2 details
Clue interfacing: panel, upper (outer) collar, stand-up collar, cuff.
1. Strengthen the placket, outer collar, stand-up collar and cuffs with clue interfacing.
2. Sew darts into front part. Sew waist darts into back part.
3. Sew shoulder seams.
4. Oversew sleeve edges separately p to notch marking.
5. Sew sleeves into armhole, fitting them around the cap.
6. Sew sleeve seams and side seams with single stitch.
7. Oversew inner edge of each placket.
8. Overstitch inner collar with outer one. Turn the collar right side out.
9. Sew stand-ups, with the collar between them.
10. Sew inner stand-up (with the collar) to the neckline, fold the outer stand-up open edge under and topstitch along the seam of inner stand-up. Toptopstitch along the collar.
11. Overstitch side edges of cuffs and turn them right side out.
12. Sew outer one-piece cuffs to the lower edge of the sleeve. Topstitch inner one-piece cuffs on.
13. Topstitch along side and lower sides of cuffs.
14. Press under and topstitch the garment hem.
15. Make button holes into right (overlap) part and sew buttons to left (underlap) one.