Tessuti. Here's some information on the print.
Isle of Wight C Tana Lawn from the Gallery of Prints collection by Liberty Art Fabrics.
Created in-house, using washes of ink and Rotring pen, the Isle of Wight fabric design was inspired by the vintage-style memorabilia found in the fourth floor’s RE concession room.
The Fourth Floor fabric story celebrates Liberty’s interior decoration floor. Each design pays homage to a different area or department, taking on the intrinsic mood of each individual space.
Despite being a lover of print (understatement :)) and really loving this print ( it has been the one that stuck me first out of all the new season fabrics) I was a bit worried about how 'full on' it would look. I love it though. I think the Archer is the perfect pattern for it, taking it out of the too cutesy realm that it could have easily fallen into with a different pattern. On the other hand I don't really consider myself a button down shirt kind of gal but it feels so me in this fabric. I'm also happy for the camouflage that the fabric provided to some dodgy stitching in places.
I barely looked at the paper pattern, but rather followed along with the Jen's sewalong. It was great and helpful and kept me going. If you remember I had a plan for this shirt. Yes, it felt like a bit of a marathon, but the sewalong helped enormously.
I think this shirt will be a real work horse. I tried it on yesterday all tucked into my work skirt and it looks great.
drop waist and Cami before it. I still struggled a bit with the collar, but this one was better, although after I had inserted AND top stitched I decided that it wasn't neat enough so tried to reinsert... with barely a 1/8" seam allowance in there. Not smart and of course I didn't make it any neater! I'm confident I'm going to nail my next effort. And there will be.
Thanks Jen for the pattern and all the help in the sewalong. You deserve all the love out there for Archer Appreciation month.