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ISO patterns for men's button-up shirts AND jeans [both high-end, w/detail]

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    rebecca @rebecca

    Can y’all suggest some good quality patterns for men’s button-ups (that use stand-collar), and a high-end pattern for jeans (with high-end details)?

    Thank you!!

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    with love Heidi @with love Heidi

    What about Colette/Walden Negroni?
    https://www.colettepatterns.com/catalog/negroni
    And I think Nicole has made amazing jeans from Thread Theory’s Jedediah http://threadtheory.ca/products/jedediah

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    rebecca @rebecca

    I considered the Negroni, but it’s unfortunately a camp shirt collar; I need something more formal.

    I’ll check out the jeans!!

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    Nicole @motherof5
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    Lightning McStitch @LightningMcStitch

    @rebecca if you can follow diagrams and don’t have a very tall/big bloke then this book of shirt patterns would be the bomb!
    There’s every collar/cuff/style combination imaginable.
    http://www.japanesesewingbooks.com/2013/10/07/book-review-book-of-mens-shirts/

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    with love Heidi @with love Heidi

    Sorry Rebecca, I didn’t know what a camp collar was. Now I’ve learned something new 🙂

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    Reeni @Reeni

    http://www.burdastyle.com/pattern_store/patterns/mens-dress-shirt-012014
    Dress shirt with tailored placket cuffs and (optional?) concealed buttons…
    http://www.burdastyle.com/pattern_store/patterns/jakob
    this seems to have a boxier,looser cut…

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    rebecca @rebecca

    @nicole Thanks; those Jedediah jeans do look nice!! The KwikSew pattern may be discontinued (at least directly from their site).

    My hubby is barrel-chested, so I need to stick to patterns that offer larger sizes! But, I really do want to make him some nice, tailored dress shirts. (The Burda nor Japanese book don’t go to his size — darn!). I’d really like to find one with tailored details.

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    Jess M. @mommy2maria
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    Tamara @justsewit

    Hi Rebecca, my husband requires a larger size also. I found this pattern https://jalie.com/jalie2111-mens-shirts-pdf-pattern-381. Not a camp collar but it looks similar to the sketchbook and the size range is huge so it is bound to be able to fit!

    Unfortunately it is only available as a pdf BUT I can attest to the fact that the Jalie pdf patterns are easy to put together and you will have an amazing result – I have many. The instructions are both in English and French. However, if you use the skills you have learned from the sketchbook pattern, you will find these (somewhat vague) instructions a lot easier to understand and of course you will obtain a pleasing result.

    So I encourage you to have a look at this pattern and give it a shot. They actually have quite a few men’s patterns so you never know, it might be the start of some very pleasant sewing projects for your husband to wear.

    Goodluck😀

    Tamara

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    Deepa @DeepaThomas

    I own a paper copy of the Jalie 2111 shirt pattern, it ranges from baby to large adult, and I have made several shirts for all three men in the he house, starting with the 2 yr size and going up to collar size 39 . I should warn you it is a very loose fit , being a drop shouldered shirt rather than a dress shirt. But it has a very good collar with stand and I usually only have to alter the shoulder part to make the shirt fit.
    But it’s still a lot of work before you get to the fun part, that is the sewing, so you may want to look for another pattern. You can see some of the shirts I made using this pattern in my flickr album Sewing for boys https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/deepathomas/sets/72157629179776237/
    Hope this helps. I currently use Kwiksew 2000 for my husband’s shirts. Thus is also a loose fit , unfortunately and does need some alterations usually . I have the boy’s Kwiksew 2973 that Nicole mentioned, in sizes 3-7 yrs. It is fabulous. Except for the 0.5 inch seam allowance, grr!
    You could try searching for vintage shirt patterns as well.

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    Nicole @motherof5

    My husband is pretty chunky and I make this shirt for him
    http://fiveandcounting-motherof5.blogspot.com.au/2015/04/jedediah-for-jed.html I do add length and last time I shortened the ‘tails’.

    I just finished this shirt for him it has a two piece collar and sleeve placket.

    I have seen it listed on eBay and Esty. The oversized 80’s look accommodates a full tummy well.

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    Deepa @DeepaThomas

    The Kwik Sew shirt seam allowance is 0.25 inches, not 0.5 inches. That was a typing error. Someone may have wondered why I was so worked up about a half inch seam allowance !

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    Nicole @motherof5

    @deepathomas , I am pretty sure we all knew what you meant! 😉
    Thank you.

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    Deepa @DeepaThomas

    Ha ha ! Thanks @motherof5 Nicole !

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