I have looked and looked for one like it, but have never quite found what I want. I tried making myself one using a Kwik Sew Pattern, but it had way too much ease, like most patterns. I do believe this is because pattern companies would rather we were mad because things are too big rather that too small. Too big is fixable, usually.
BUT, why not, I thought, just copy this shirt?? It is such an easy pattern!
You can see how different the two sides are!
I compromised and just drew a line in the middle of those two. Added the seam allowance again, cut the folded paper and now had my front/back pattern.
Take a look at the pattern for the body of the shirt, you can see I used a green pencil to mark that compromise line between the regular and red pencil lines and then added my seam allowance. I also gave myself an armhole notch to make sewing easier.
I added seam allowance with a corresponding notch. Then folded the paper and cut out a symmetrical sleeve. Sleeve pattern aren't usually the same in the front and back, because the front and back armhole shape of most tops and bodices are not the same. But, this one is so I can have a symmetrical sleeve.
Sorry, I forgot to take a photo of the folding and cutting. BUT, you will see this pattern on Wednesday when I show the cutting and sewing of the actual shirt.
Bye for now.