The latest project on my sewing table is my third Archer, which I’ve affectionately dubbed “The Archer of Many Details.” I’ve been meaning to try out a bunch of new-to-me shirt-making techniques, and I figured I’d give them all a go in a single project. Two birds and one stone, you know how it goes. 🙂
The main fabric is Robert Kaufmann pinpoint Oxford, a chambray with a crisp hand that presses like a dream. It’s the same fabric I used for my first Archer, which I love (and actually wore today!). It makes a really crisp, professional-looking shirt, which is exactly the vibe I’m going for. I saw it at Grey’s Fabric and immediately scooped it up in a whirlwind of spontaneity. I’m sure you can relate, ha.
Ok, onward to the “many details.”