Who doesn’t want a shirt with pockets!
A review of Oversized Shirt
This is my second TAL Oversized shirt, the first one I made in a size L in line with my measurements but I felt it was just a bit too oversized. Never mind, my daughter stole it so it’s gone to a good home! This time I made an M and I’m very happy with the fit, still giving an oversized look but not tent-like.
I made this with inexpensive stretch cotton I bought from Minerva which was a joy to sew, the instructions are good, although I chose to add my yoke using the burrito method rather than the method given. I feel the burrito method is easier and neater, there are lots of videos on YouTube showing this if you’re interested. Other than that I made no changes at all, you don’t topstitch the button band, it stays in place with stitching at the top & bottom and also with the buttons or buttonholes. It gives a simple clean look, but there’s no reason you couldn’t add topstitching here and at the yoke to give a more utility vibe. If you fancy seeing it in motion, I’m wearing it in this video here https://youtu.be/_UUc3xm2vzg