Anca — High Low Hem Linen Shirt Pattern, Type - PDF


We've added oversized patch pockets and a unique high- low hem shape to give this minimalist collarless shirt a modern twist.

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  • Layered PDF to print just your size
  • Most patterns graded in size 0/2 to 28/30
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Type: PDF Pattern
Skill Level: Confident Beginner
Design Variations: 0
Illustrations: No
Instructions: No

Qty: Digital Download

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Customer Questions and Answers


Am I able to print this pattern at a print shop?

Vindhya • January 17, 2023
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At this time we only have our free patterns available in A4/letter tiled format.

Lauren • January 17, 2023

I stumpled upon a etsy listing of this pattern. Is it the same as the free version?

Elisa • January 14, 2023
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Please download this pattern from our site where it is free. This Etsy site has been copying and posting our patterns for a charge which is an infringement on our posted rules for using our patterns. We are not affiliated with this site in any way.

Maureen • January 14, 2023

How does one become a registered customer?

Consuelo • August 1, 2022
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Hi! When you click to download the pattern - a pop up will appear asking you to sign in and on that pop up, you can also create a new registration on the site. Give us a call if you get stuck.

Oksana • August 1, 2022
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Great pattern!

Great shirt pattern. Perfect size, perfect fit. Loved everything about the shirt other than the large pockets. . But that could be omitted, so no issues.

Sunila • June 3, 2020
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I think the sleeves are too short on this pattern, also the placement of the pockets doesn't allow for the overlap of the band. I wish that I had used another fabric to test the pattern before making it with the optic white linen. Carole

Carole • February 7, 2018
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Carole • February 7, 2018
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Great pattern

It fit me with no alterations sleeves so easy to do.. learned a lot from tutorial including round them.

Helen • August 11, 2019
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Pleasantly Surprised

I put the pdf together and it was spot on. no manipulating the pages etc. This in itself get 5 stars from me as most pdf (free anyway) I end up redrafting. But this is good. Now cutting it out and sewing it up tonight so stay tuned

Cynthia • April 16, 2019
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I enjoyed making the Anca shirt in FS linen. The Thread tutorials were easy to follow and I completed the shirt fairly quickly. I made another Anca shirt in a cotton print posted here.

Amanda • February 5, 2021

This was my second make using this This High Low Hem shirt pattern. I shortened the back hem length and omitted the pockets. The pattern runs true to size and has easy to follow tutorials on The Thread. Thank you for these free patterns!

Amanda • February 4, 2021

I love this pattern. Came out very well. I made it in a khadi cotton/silk blend bought from India. The pattern was perfect for the fabric. I did a few alterations to the pattern. 1. Front neckline depth increased. It was too high for my taste. 2. Sleeve placket omitted. I just gathered the sleeve hem and bound it. 3. Omitted the pockets. I made size 4/6 and it's perfect for me , not too loose, not tight, comfortable fit. I'm definitely going to make more. Thank you for the pattern.

Sunila • June 3, 2020

I'm afraid I didn't focus very well for the photo, you can't see the shell buttons! This shirt is so fun to wear! The pattern was easy to follow. Notice I just put ordinary pockets.

Janet • May 1, 2018

I chose to make the pockets smaller than the pattern. The neckline was thick, and I was worried about trying to make the buttonhole, so I sewed the top button on the right side, and sewed a snap instead.

Carole • March 29, 2020
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