with layered raw neck, wrist and hem edges this shirt is a little something different. Sewn in linen or a range of cotton weaves in order to maximize the impact of the frayed raw hems, the Raw Edge Shirt celebrates natural fibers with style.
A sister shirt to the ever popular Heron Shirt, with a lower neckline and a bit more "sass".
We use layered wrist panels to also construct the elastic wrist band and provide design features for the hem and optional mid sleeve. You have the choice of long or elbow length sleeves (and anything in between). Instructions included to easily hack this shirt to a dress.
Have some fun and celebrate something a little different.
Skill level: Easy intermediate
Pattern Features: * Raw frayed edges on the layered neckband, wrist & hem bands * Draw string gathered neck with center back or front shoulder seam neck tie * Triple layered wrist and hem bands * Raglan sleeve for an easy relaxed fit * Easily adjusted hem length * Instructions for pattern hacks (sew a dress, front shoulder neck tie opening) * Trans seasonal dressing (summer and winter)
Raw edge dress hack: download the free dress pocket bag pattern (print at home) and follow the instructions to turn this shirt into a dress.Share your makes on Instagram tagging #TSRRawEdgeShirt and @thesewingrevival
Please refer to the FABRIC REQUIREMENT CHART as one of the last images on this product listing. You can magnify this image by clicking on it if viewing on a mobile phone whilst in a fabric store.
The Raw Edge Shirt is designed for light to mid-weight woven LINEN & COTTON. Shirt weight wovens are perfect to get the best gather and most effective fraying of the raw edges.
*Please also note that all (new) fabric should be pre-washed in case of shrinkage. 100% cotton & linen will shrink during the first wash. It doesn't hurt to be safe and remove any dodgy chemical build-up that may have occurred during printing anyway.
SIZE & PRINTING
This is a loose-fitting garment. If you prefer it to be a little less "roomy" or you are "in-between" sizes then we suggest you err on the smaller size.
Each purchase comes with 4 sizes (please refer to the last image for size chart and international size comparisons):
Small - (NZ/AU/UK 6-8-10-12 | US 2-4-6-8) A4/Letter=29 AO=2pages Medium - (NZ/AU/UK 10-12-14-16 | US 6-8-10-12) A4/Letter=30 AO=2pages Large - (NZ/AU/UK 14-16-18-20 | US 10-12-14-16) A4/Letter=33 AO=2pages X-Large - (NZ/AU/UK 18-20-22-24 | US 14-16-18-20) A4/Letter=34 AO=2pages
WHAT DO I GET WITH MY PURCHASE?
Please note you are purchasing a digital pattern that will be sent directly to your email inbox after payment. *You will not receive a hard copy printed pattern.*
You will receive a link to download 3 different PDF files:
2. Print at home Pattern Tiles(PAH=Print at home) For printing in A4 or US Letter on a home printer. Printing at home is the most cost-effective, and sticking your pattern tiles together to make your full size pattern is easy. Further information for printing at home can be found in our Resources sectionhere.
3. Large scalePattern file (AO) for taking to your local Print Shop AO is a large scale file designed to be printed at a Print Copy Shop. You cannot print this on your home printer as it is too big. If you choose to use this large file you will pay extra to have it printed but you do not have to stick anything together.
You can use theADOBE LAYERS FEATUREto open the PAH pattern file and print only the size you need (and eliminate the "noise" of the unwanted sizes). You can also use the URL and bookmark links within the file to quickly access information and support. DownloadAdobe Readerfor free (for Windows and Mac) here.
I have now made 2 of the Raw ( not so raw) Edge Shirts and have just completed the dress version. Love the raw neck edge as it is easy to construct but I couldn't cope with the raw edges on the sleeves or the hem so have hemmed all of those and love it done that way. Great fit and am loving working with the Linen/Cotton blend, easy to sew and sits nicely.
This is an elegant shirt that can be dressed up or have the edgy casual finish. It was quick and easy to make with great instructions. I used elastic in the neck instead of a tie which was an easy change to make. The key to this shirt is choosing the fabric. Not too heavy and easily frayed. I chose an embroidery anglaise which didn't fray well but with perserverence (while watching tv) I spent the time fraying it around the fiddly embroidery bits which totally changed the appearance. I love it now and I have already bought more fabric to make another one.