Wardrobe By Me. The Men's Overshirt Jacket sewing pattern is a shirt jacket inspired by workwear or the boxy Lumberjack shirt. The jacket has a convertible collar, several interchangeable pockets, and two-piece cuffed sleeves. The boxy body has side slits and a generous back yoke. All the visible seams are topstitched. This is a timeless men's silhouette that you can make many different types of fabric.
You could make a pair of Cargo shorts to wear with your Overshirt.
SKILL LEVEL 3/4
The design is straightforward. The instructions will introduce you to sewing a double yoke, convertible collar, and cuffs. If you are more adventurous, you can try the welt pockets.
FABRIC AND NOTIONS
The shirt is suitable for all medium-weight woven fabrics such as cotton, linen, wool, or other comfortable fabric. Choose interfacing that works with the weight of the fabric. Seven buttons. Sewing thread.
- Convertible Collar
- Two-piece sleeves
- Side Slits
- Double Yoke
- Patch pockets
- Welt pockets
- Straight Hem
The pattern includes seam allowance.
Photo Credits: Wardrobe By Me
Only the sewing pattern is supplied - photos are for reference only for what the finished garment could look like.