CLAFLIN, THAYER & CO.

THE EASIEST SHIRT IN THE WORLD

Liz
This is basically the easiest shirt pattern you could ever make. Because there is no pattern. It's literally a piece of fabric, folded in half, sewn down the sides with an opening cut for the neck. I've made this shirt in different fabric but prefer something lightweight or drapey so it hangs nicely. For this shirt, I used a velvet burn-out stripe with gold lurex thread.
The shoulder line is created by the fold of the fabric and the base is just the selvage edge.I cut the neckline out and finished it with store-bought black cotton bias tape.A selvage waistline meant no extra hemming.
Here is the fabric folded and ready to sew the sides and cut out the neck. Same pattern as the sequin shirt next to it, also seen HERE.
That's it. So easy. Try it.