Finishing up my Red Riding Hood theme, until I find some more fabric anyway. I previously posted the red Minoru jacket and a shirtdress in the series. Now, a Sewaholic Granville shirt, out of an adorable quilting cotton I found on fabric.com. It was during my cotton kick ;) I've gotten a huge amount of wear out of this shirt as well, mostly during office days at work. I don't often wear me-made clothes to work, but I wore this once and now it gets requested!
The shirt fit perfectly right out of the package, which is fantastic and in line with the fit I found with the Minoru jacket also by Sewaholic. So nice for a change! Such a nicely drafted button-up shirt too, princess seams, very professional looking (maybe not out of this fabric, lol), and a great fit. I didn't make any changes, so I don't have much to say about it. I used some contrasting fabric (western paisleys stolen from my mom's quilting stash), which I absolutely LOVE and flat felled all the seams. Check out those seams. Seriously. I don't know how I sewed them so perfectly and so straight. It'll never happen again, but I NAILED IT on this shirt!
I also used snaps instead of buttons which was super fun and something a little different. I used a bunch of my tailoring skills on this shirt...which is sort of silly for a silly shirt....but I like putting my skills to use!