I used Burda 7767, and blue and white striped fabric from the Fabric Store, Melbourne... bought during our trip there in September. I think it is a cotton rayon mix, very crisp, crackly and crinkly, and it has silver lurex threads running randomly through as well. I bought the white and silver buttons from Fabulous Fabrics. This version has long sleeves, which can be rolled up and held in place by an arrowhead tab that buttons onto the sleeve, and a single pocket.
I received some complimentary comments about the stripe matching of the pocket on Craig's birthday shirt, and thank you :) but the truth is that stripe matching a patch pocket is NOTHING compared to the stripe matching in this shirt.
Particularly in the case of the two sleeve cuff plackets. I performed multiple repeats of teeny tiny precision measurements... checking and re-checking where the stripes were going to fall on the plackets in relation to the sleeve. Anyone who has ever sewn a tailored detail like a sleeve cuff placket will know the precision required to get these looking nice and even and perfect ... and to get the stripes matching exactly like this as well? (self high-five) Truly I consider this one of the highest sewing achievements of my year!
Of course the stripes on the pocket match up to those on the shirt too....
The armscye seams allowances are flat-felled on the inside using a gathering stitch on the sleeve cap to achieve this neatly on a curved seam; and the sleeve and side seams are French seams.
Shirt; Burda 7767 modified, my review of this pattern here; blue and white striped cotton mix with a silver lurex stripe