Harrison Shirt Full Bicep Sleeve
This free download is a Full Bicep Sleeve piece for the Harrison Shirt, adding another 1 inch (2.5cm) of ease into the bicep. The amount of ease you need is a personal choice, but we usually recommend 1.5 - 2.5 inches.
This piece comes as a Print At Home PDF pattern, with 11 pages to print and tape (advice on how to assemble the pattern is here).
I am taking 2 of Jenny's classes: Harrison Shirt Class and the one about fitting for the bust. I will be sewing after alterations. I would love to see a class on sewing one of your beautiful coat patterns. Make it simple but with a lining!
I love this pattern. I made it on shirting fabric from Farmhouse Fabrics and it came out beautiful
I gave up on shirts with buttons many decades ago. The Harrison does not gap, I tried many different poses and the button line stayed firm.
I am so glad I bought the class as well. Having not sewed for 20 years starting with an intermidate pattern was a bit daunting.
I learnt some new techniques and refreshed some old knowledge. Jenny is a delight to have with you when you sew.
The facebook group is also wonderfully supportive. I have already bought three lots of fabric for new Harrisons.
I love this pattern, the quality of the pattern, envelope & instruction booklet. I would say that it fits true to size. I made the pattern in a size 18 knowing that I would need to make adjustments for my personal fit. I have the online tutorial
of Jenny teaching have to sew this shirt. Great instruction and camera angles! I could listen to her all day : )
I made this pattern (size 20, cup E/F) for my daughter, who is tall, not just big around. The sleeves were about 3" too short, and the shirt could have been longer too. Otherwise a great design. I'll know better the next time around to adjust considerably!