Swing Shirt 505

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Swing Shirt 505

18.05

Swing Shirt: The Swing Shirt is a fingertip length jacket with asymmetrical sides and a full swing back. From the front the look is clean and straight, then turn sideways to see the dramatic drape of the fabric. Loose-fitting, fingertip length shirt/jacket with straight cut front and full, swing back with asymmetrical side slits. Drop shoulders, low armholes, and shaped back hem. Topstitched facings and hem.

Suggested Fabrics: Lightweight to midweight LYCRA blend fabrics with drape, Cotton/LYCRA knits, Rayon/LYCRA, Slinky, Linen, Lightweight Wovens, Wool Jersey, Silk Velvet and Rayon blends.

 

 

 

 

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THREADS magazine, January 2003, page 38
Best Bets in Fall/Winter Patterns: Modern, feminine fashions feature clean lines and interesting details
Christine Jonson Patterns #505

Swing Shirt 505 is easy to sew and easy to wear. This oversized (16 in. of ease at bust) long shirt (29 1/4 in./size S) has drop-shoulders, a simple collar, and a shped side seam. Our tester plans to use her shirt as a jacket to wear over yoga clothes, but the shirt can be created in many different fabrics, from silk prints to polar fleece, instructions are clear and helpful.
(Sized XS-XL for busts 32.5-48 in.)
— THREADS magazine, January 2003, page 38
Swing Shirt Jacket Sewing Pattern