Burda Young B6849 Pt. 2 Needlecord

Hello chums,

I sewed up another Burda 6849 in a cotton fine needlecord fabric. This fabric has been a long term stasher so I was glad to finally get it out!

Burda 6849

I have made it in cotton lawn before here….

Burda 6849

I didnt need the instructions this time around as I am quite familiar with shirt construction. Note that this pattern does not have a tower placket so I used the one from the  Angela Kane tutorial. I decided to experiment by adding a velvet ribbon to the undercollar – something I see on OH’s shirts.

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Pocket flaps and repurposed buttons.
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Yoke cut on the bias.
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Very proud of these tower plakets
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Trimmed the undercollar with plush velvet just like some of my OH tailored shirts

 

I actually overlockeed all the seams. I just did not feel like doing flat felled seams. It was lazy. I did wonder if I’d regret it later and frankly speaking I don’t :-).

Working with cord fabric was a revelation. Never has my lint roller been more vital! I had to use it all the time – everything sticks to cord in a most annoying way in the sewing room, thread ends, lint, fluff – you name it and it sticks. My advice is to get loads of the lint roller if you embark on sewing with cord. DOnt even get me started on the amount of cord dust you get when overlocking the stuff!!

And yet I still will sew with cord again. It’s deliciously soft and warm. Cozy and durable 🙂

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I really ought to make this in a solid colour to really appreciate the wonderful design lines….a chambray blue or a batiste white fabric…..

As always thanks for stopping by. Happy sewing!

Hila

XoX

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12 thoughts on “Burda Young B6849 Pt. 2 Needlecord

  1. It looks great – love the touch of velvet on the collar.. I remember the cord dust nightmare when making my Rosa shirt – it gets everywhere, even under your nails, on your skin and up your nose!

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  2. It looks so good on you, you’re such an expert at shirt making! I’m hoping to make a shirt this year, it’s been on my list for a good few years now! I love this needlecord you’ve used, and the velvet on the collar.

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