I’ve used this pattern a few times, in fact I’m on my second one as the other one was a little worn. It’s a great basic shirt pattern with a few options and cup sizes.
I have made it using the instructions as written but also sometimes my own way. I now use a different method for the collar, see this tutorial from Four Square Walls.
For this version I used a lovely vintage patterned silk crepe de chine from Til the Sun Goes Down which I bought at The Stitching and Knitting Show in Harrogate. I used silk organza for the interfacing as it gives a nice crisp finish to the collar and cuffs. For this version I decided to do mock felled seams (I serged the seam then topstitched) as I wanted to use my new overlocker/serger. I also reversed the construction of the front band and stitched in the ditch as I didn’t want to topstitch.
I basted the organza onto the fashion fabric with silk thread in a bright colour so I could easily remove it after stitching.
Overall I was pleased with the result but in the end it was slightly too long for me so I gave it to my sister who was very happy!
Below are two previous versions.