Nerida Hansen

Everyday Unisex Shirt Sewing Pattern - PDF PATTERN DOWNLOAD


Customers will receive an email immediately after purchase with a link to download PDF files of the pattern and instructions, which you can print at home on A4 paper or we also have included a large format print for printing at a copy shop.

The Nerida Hansen Fabrics Everyday Shirt is a unisex, straight and simple, casual shirt pattern, appropriate for sewists with some experience. With deliberately minimal styling detail, this shirt pattern has been designed based on dimensions of the male body form. It’s a great unisex basic garment and the perfect style for any member of the family to show off their favourite Nerida Hansen Fabrics printed or plain woven fabric. Short sleeved with a two-piece collar, button-front placket and optional chest pocket, you can choose to finish this shirt with a straight or scooped hem. Make yourself or someone else a wardrobe full of fabulous shirts!

For best results we love to use Nerida Hansen Fabrics mid-weight cotton, cotton poplin or linen/cotton to make this shirt:
* 137cm wide: sizes XS-M: 1.75m & sizes L-3XL: 2m
* mid-weight fusible interfacing (fusing) for collar pieces and placket
* statement or matching 12-15mm diameter buttons:
6-7 depending on desired spacing
* matching thread

All pattern pieces provided include a 1cm seam allowance, cut along your chosen fabric and you're ready to sew!

PLEASE NOTE: This pattern is password protected - Your password is sent via email, if you lose the password you can find it by searching NHF not Nerida Hansen fabrics.

If you are printing A0 and giving it to Officeworks or similar print shops they will need to be given the password. We have been made aware that using Officeworks upload feature doesn't work with the password, so you will have to go into the shop and share it with them.

Your pattern will be sent as a ZIP file, you will need to unzip (extract) your zip file and save it on your computer. Each time you open your PDF you will need to use your password, so keep it safe. A handy tip is to rename your file with the password in it.

Sew it and show it! Share your makes and tag us at @neridahansenfabrics, #neridassewingpatterns and #neridaseverydayshirt

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