This is hands down my most used pattern evah... I have used it 27 times!! My first Burda 7767 Rogue's Gallery contained 14 shirts and now this new gallery features another 13 shirts. Will there be more...? of course!
It is so easy to add little bits and bobs to this most classic of patterns to create a variety of shirts each with their own distinct character... each shirt is linked to the original construction post, and my variations to the basic pattern are listed after the link. My original review of this pattern is here.
version fifteen: a linen army style shirt for me. Added epaulettes, two bellows breast pockets with flaps, sleeve tabs, folded-out button band, curved hemline.
version sixteen: linen shirt for Craig. Curved edge breast pockets with curved edge flaps, double buttons on cuffs and pocket flaps, curved hemline
version seventeen: cotton shirt for Dad. Short sleeves, curved edge pockets with curved edge pocket flaps, curved hemline.
version eighteen: cotton shirt for Craig. Short sleeves, cuffed sleeves with shaped tabs, shield-shaped pockets with oversized rectangular flaps, curved hemline.
version nineteen: crinkly shirt for Sam. Epaulettes, bias-cut pockets, bias pocket flaps, curved hemline.
version twenty: slightly stretchy, crinkly shirt for Tim. Short sleeves, breast pockets and flaps, curved hemline, closely fitted to the body.
version twenty-one: cotton shirt for Craig. Shorts sleeves, curved hemline, epaulettes, slanted breast pockets with slanted pocket flaps, tabs on sleeves
version twenty-two: cotton shirt for me, now belonging to Cassie and worn as a dress. Super long length, a curved hemline, and with double, layered sleeves; a long sleeve linen sleeve underneath a short cotton sleeve. Square pockets with arrowhead pocket flaps and a button-down collar.
version twenty-three: a linen shirt for Dad. Bellows breast pockets with arrowhead pocket flaps. Curved hemline.
version twenty-four: a business shirt for Craig. Contrasting white collar, collar stand, cuffs, sleeve placket, pocket panel and button bands. Curved hemline.
version twenty-five: a linen shirt for Tim. Short sleeves, curved hemline, button down collar, bellows breast pockets with curved pocket flaps, cuffed sleeves with featured buttons
version twenty-six: a crinkly shirt for Sam. Sleeve tabs, curved hemline
version twenty-seven: a cotton shirt for Craig. Short sleeves, club collar and split side seams. Square breast pockets
Trivial fact; that post with the Burda 7767 review and also featuring me wearing an outfit I now consider to be rather hideous; holds the bronze medal in page views on my blog. This is completely amazing to me. I have no idea why people would find and randomly hit upon that post!