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Ocean Daze Very Oversized Shirt Sewing Pattern

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✔️ Makes the perfect shirt, overshirt, jacket or shacket.

✔️ Includes shirt & dress pattern pieces.

✔️ Simplified placket & collar.

✔️ Options for different skill levels.

✔️ Easy to follow, step by step instructions.

✔️ Includes print at home, copy shop & projector files.

The Ocean Daze Very Oversized Fit Shirt is a fabulously relaxed & easy to wear style. Everything about this shirt is so perfectly exaggerated. 

Need a layering piece? This pattern also works fabulously as an overshirt. An overshirt is basically a shirt, jacket or shacket, that can be worn as a layering piece. 

WATCH THE VIDEO to see what's in our oversized shirt sewing pattern:


    • Exaggerated oversized fit.
    • Dropped shoulders. 
    • Low armholes & wide sleeves. 
    • Back yoke. 
    • 2 awesome collar options - Plain collar (sometimes called camp collar, Cuban collar or revere collar) & collar with stand.
    • All in one placket - add buttons or snaps. 
    • 3 sleeve options - Shirt sleeve with cuff, short sleeve & short sleeve with elastic. 
    • 2 hemline options - gently curved or exaggerated shirt-tail.
    • Patch pocket(s).
    • Sew a dress or dolman style short sleeve shirt too. All included. 
    • Print-at-home, A0 copy shop & 2 large font projector files. 

    • Size 4-30.
    • View the size chart here.

    • View fabric & trim requirements here
    • Designed for woven fabrics.
    • Fabric suggestions include: viscose, rayon, voile, flannel, lawn, crepe, double gauze, linen, tencel, light cotton sateen, shirting, cotton lawn, seersucker.
    • Use a light linen for a beach vibe shirt.
    • For a heavier 'shacket' style, consider corduroy, wool, twill suiting, heavy flannel.
    • For a boyfriend shirt use a lightweight linen or cotton.
    • Lightweight interfacing (fusing) to match your fabric.
    • 15mm (5/8”) buttons or small snaps. Shirt sleeve with cuff x 9 (+2 for dress). Short sleeve x 7 (+2 for dress). 
    • 12mm (1/2”) elastic for short sleeve with elastic hem.


    Projector files for this pattern include multi-coloured and black size lines, large text and full pattern pieces. Plus centre fold lines so you can cut on the fold if needed.

    • PRINT AT HOME PATTERN: In A4 or Letter.
    • COPY SHOP PATTERN: A0 size.
    • PROJECTOR PATTERN: Large font with (1) multi colour size lines & (2) black size lines. 
    • LAYERED: Yes.
    • TUTORIAL: Full colour, photographed instructions. Lots of detail. 
    • SIZES: AU 4-30. Size chart
    • SKILL LEVEL: Experienced Beginner.
    • FABRIC TYPE: Woven. 
    • MEASUREMENTS: All patterns are in metric (cms) & imperial (inches).
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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 22 reviews
    Lorraine H.
    Very Oversized shirt

    I will defiantly give feedback when I have had time to sew again We have been on the move and are still unpacking. I am so looking forward to getting back to the machine and making up some of the wonderful patterns from this fantastic site. thank you so much.
    Cheers, Lorraine

    Lynne W.
    Too early to tell

    I have printed and cut the pattern but not made yet. So too early to tell. But as usual the instructions are amazing and I am sure I will love it.

    Alexandra W.
    Great pattern - can’t wait to make more!

    Absolutely loved making this pattern. Really easy to follow instructions with lots of helpful images. Really looking forward to making it again. A great wardrobe staple!

    Angela C.
    My perfect shirt pattern

    I highly recommend this pattern to anyone who wants to tackle their first shirt. The pattern makes up wonderfully, and the instructions are so easy to follow and thorough. Love it so much.

    Joyce C.
    Pattern comes with specific instructions and word- friendly concept.

    I love the easy printable version. Everything is color coded and that’s a plus!!

    Joyce E Clay
    Atlanta, Georgia