The overshirt sewing pattern is a timeless shirt jacket that you can make using many different fabric types. A shirt jacket inspired by workwear or the boxy Lumberjack shirt. The sewing pattern has a convertible collar, interchangeable pockets, and two-piece cuffed sleeves. The Overshirt's boxy body has side slits and a generous back yoke.
The model wears size L and stands 185 cm tall. The female also wears size L. Flip through the images for measurements and fabric requirements.
Skill level 3/4
Sewing an overshirt using the pattern provided is a relatively simple task. The instructions will guide you through creating a double yoke, convertible collar, and cuffs. For those feeling bold and adventurous, attempting to create welt pockets is also possible.
What you need to make an overshirt:
- Fabric (Canvas, Corduroy, Denim, flannel)
- Sewing thread
The sewing pattern features
- Convertible Collar
- Two-piece sleeves
- Side Slits
- Double Yoke
- Patch pockets
- Welt pockets
- Straight Hem
The pattern includes seam allowance.