Misses 6-20; Men's 32-46.
This roomy pullover style shirt is traditional garb for cheesemakers in Roquefort, France, and a comfortable smock for your studio or daily outings. It is a popular sewing pattern choice for Medieval and Renaissance reenactors, as well as for making an everyday tunic-style shirt. Sized for men and women, the easy-sew smock features shoulder yoke, front placket, simple narrow buttoned neckband, and optional underarm gussets. Sleeves are gathered at the wrist into a buttoned band cuff.
Includes multi-sized tissue pattern and sewing instructions.
Suggested fabrics: Crisp medium-weight fabrics such as gingham, broadcloth, muslin, linen, silk, lightweight corduroy. Traditional smocks have small blue and white checks.
This is the PDF version of the pattern. For the paper pattern, go here. This PDF pattern includes cutting and sewing instructions (11 pages), copy shop versions (36" and A0), and a tiled for print at home version (35 pages). You will get a link to download the zip file with the pattern after purchase. It is easiest to download to a computer rather than a device. For more information about PDF patterns, you can visit our blog post.