This button up is perfect for this temperature change though. I can wear it under a heavy knit cardigan and my coat when I take Adelle to school in the morning and then by itself in the warm afternoon.
Ilive in this shirt! Probably one of my most worn makes, It's just so warm and comfortable. We've been having oddly warm January weather, Nebraska is kind of known for it being 50 degrees one day and 0 degrees the next. Yay for mid-west living.
Besides the obvious shortening of the shirt and sleeves that I always have to do I graded the sizing from the smallest size in the shoulders to a 4 after the armhole. This is my first time grading, I never even thought about this idea which now that I know I can do that, I do it to everything!I have no clue why it took me so long to get this technique but it is just one step closer to a custom fitted wardrobe!
tutorial on how to get a perfect line up every time. The trick is in the underarm.
Out of all the patterns I have, including Burdastyle magazine patterns, this has to be my most revisited thus far. So This Buffalo plaid flannel is my kick off to what I'm deeming Archer Week. Come back Wednesday to see a different version. Until then, enjoy the nice weather.