Breeze Shirt - Children
gender neutral

Breeze Shirt - Children
gender neutral

$10.00 USD
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The children's Breeze Shirt is simple and casual, made for the warm, relaxed days of summer.  Long sleeves protect delicate skin from the harsh sun, and an easy, loose fit ensures comfort.  

The Breeze Shirt will be completely at home playing in the sand at the beach or dangling toes in a cool stream in the forest.  Keep little ones feeling breezy and comfortable with this simple and classic top. 

Skill level: Adventurous beginner

Breeze Shirt sewing pattern by Twig + Tale - View Diagrams

  • Beautiful beginner-friendly French seams (no overlocker required) for a stunning finish inside and out
  • Short or long sleeves
  • No closures required (although lots of options!)

Breeze Shirt closure options - by Twig + Tale

 

  • Learn how to customise the Breeze Shirt pattern to create even more beautiful versions on our blog

Make old things new again! Twig & Tale patterns pair wonderfully with recycled fabrics. Look to gently used light weight linen garments, and muslin baby wraps for inspiration.

Sizing + Supplies

View size chart + materials list 

Printing Info

Our digital patterns are tiled and designed to print using your home printer on either US Letter, or A4 paper.  

Patterns include a nifty “layers” feature, allowing you to print only the size(s) you need, or all of the sizes. Full step-by-step printing instructions are supplied.

This pattern also includes an additional wide format file that can be taken to a local copy shop and printed on single sheets of A0 paper. 

FAQ

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Customer Reviews

Based on 57 reviews
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D
D.B.

This shirt is so beautiful! It can be easily dressed up or dressed down . It feels so good to make something that looks so professional when you are a hobby sewer.

L
L.D.
Easy, breezy, beautiful...

There is nothing more satisfying than completing a beautifully-finished garment. With its French seaming, that feeling is possible throughout the entire process. The pattern is easy to follow, the directions are concise, and, unlike many other patterns I've encountered through the years, I didn't run into any WTF moments or roadblocks. Everyone who sees the first one I did calls it an heirloom piece. My son will be able to fit into it later this year, and I can't wait to make an adult version!

C
C.

I've made these shirts to be everyday dress ups for my boys - they can be jedis or pirates or whatever, but they're wearing a comfortable and well made cotton shirt, not a polyester suit! The pattern was easy to follow and I made a few variations (like no collar on pirate shirt).

K
K.
I MADE this?!?!

Wow this pattern is just beautiful! I made my first one for my little guy to wear to my mums 60th, he is going to look SO SMART. And yet he could wear it at the beach or park and it wouldn’t be out of place at all, such a versatile shirt! I found this pattern really simple to follow, there was nothing too complicated about the construction, thanks to the thorough instructions and videos. But when I turned it out and gave a final press, I was just in awe! I can’t believe I made it!

M
M.J.

Lovely classic shirt. I made in linen as well as a very soft jersey with snaps.

M
M.S.
Breeze Shirt

This was an amazing tutorial like all of her tutorials. I have a huge learning curve ahead of me but I was able to make this project without a problem.

H
H.K.
Very satisfying project

Beginner sewer - I made this as my very first project after simple fabric bags and hemming. The tutorials were excellent. My fabric didn't really have a right/wrong side so I got confused and put one of the arms on backwards so I couldn't complete the French seam, but it was for a Halloween costume and my daughter didn't care. She loved the shirt, which I made dress length, side seams unfinished and split from waist down (she tore the skirt section into strips to be a banshee). Upcycled a soft old sheet. Success!

M
M.S.
French seams are stressful!!

Lovely pattern and so versatile BUT the French seams on the shoulders and sleeves absolutely do my head in!
Lots of unpicking and redoing and putting the project in “time out”

Customer Reviews

Based on 57 reviews
98%
(56)
2%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
D.B.

This shirt is so beautiful! It can be easily dressed up or dressed down . It feels so good to make something that looks so professional when you are a hobby sewer.

L
L.D.
Easy, breezy, beautiful...

There is nothing more satisfying than completing a beautifully-finished garment. With its French seaming, that feeling is possible throughout the entire process. The pattern is easy to follow, the directions are concise, and, unlike many other patterns I've encountered through the years, I didn't run into any WTF moments or roadblocks. Everyone who sees the first one I did calls it an heirloom piece. My son will be able to fit into it later this year, and I can't wait to make an adult version!

C
C.

I've made these shirts to be everyday dress ups for my boys - they can be jedis or pirates or whatever, but they're wearing a comfortable and well made cotton shirt, not a polyester suit! The pattern was easy to follow and I made a few variations (like no collar on pirate shirt).

K
K.
I MADE this?!?!

Wow this pattern is just beautiful! I made my first one for my little guy to wear to my mums 60th, he is going to look SO SMART. And yet he could wear it at the beach or park and it wouldn’t be out of place at all, such a versatile shirt! I found this pattern really simple to follow, there was nothing too complicated about the construction, thanks to the thorough instructions and videos. But when I turned it out and gave a final press, I was just in awe! I can’t believe I made it!

M
M.J.

Lovely classic shirt. I made in linen as well as a very soft jersey with snaps.

M
M.S.
Breeze Shirt

This was an amazing tutorial like all of her tutorials. I have a huge learning curve ahead of me but I was able to make this project without a problem.

H
H.K.
Very satisfying project

Beginner sewer - I made this as my very first project after simple fabric bags and hemming. The tutorials were excellent. My fabric didn't really have a right/wrong side so I got confused and put one of the arms on backwards so I couldn't complete the French seam, but it was for a Halloween costume and my daughter didn't care. She loved the shirt, which I made dress length, side seams unfinished and split from waist down (she tore the skirt section into strips to be a banshee). Upcycled a soft old sheet. Success!

M
M.S.
French seams are stressful!!

Lovely pattern and so versatile BUT the French seams on the shoulders and sleeves absolutely do my head in!
Lots of unpicking and redoing and putting the project in “time out”