Enjoy a jacket to wear for years to come. It is fitted, with a notched lapel with rounded edges, angled double-welt pockets, front and back shoulder princess seams, a center-back seam, a single-button closure, shaped two-piece sleeves, sleeve heads, and shoulder pads.
This V-neck dress replicates a vintage Butterick look. Details abound, including shoulder cutouts and custom shoulder pads. Sleeve options are one-piece tulip sleeves, three-quarter sleeves, or long sleeves with elbow darts and hem slits.
ThreadsMagazine, editor | October 4th, 20161 comment
When adding a vertical buttonhole, be sure to consider the fabric’s print and buttonhole position in relation to a hem or neckline. Find out how to achieve the perfect placement for vertical buttonholes.