Noa — Noa Linen Shirt Pattern (PDF)
Channeling the minimalist spirit of a modern woman, the Noa shirt is a modern classic. This simple shirt combines relaxed silhouette with classic tailored styling, like a point collar, sleeve cuffs and a back yoke. One of the most foundational and versatile pieces of any wardrobe, it can be dressed up or down so easily and pairs really well with just about anything. Made out of our finest linen, it'll get softer and softer with every wash.
- Free print-at-home format on A4 paper
- Layered PDF to print just your size
- Most patterns graded in size 0/2 to 28/30
- Many have Step-by-step instructions on The Thread blog
- No licensing restrictions. Sew as many as you like
|Skill Level:||Advanced Beginner|
Customer Questions and Answers
How is this pattern different from your Zina pattern? Thank you!
Hello, our Zina pattern also includes a dress version, doesn't have the back yoke, and includes more shaping at the waist. Zina also includes pattern pieces and instructions for adding patch pockets to both the dress and the shirt.
I have been looking for a good pattern to try making a collar and the instructions made this shirt perfect. It fit well and any changes I wanted to make were easy to incorporate. I love this pattern!
Is there an option to print on A0 paper...I'd like to take to my print shop
Hi! The free PDF patterns are only available in the A4 tile format for now. We do have already printed patterns for sale - those can be found on the first page of the pattern tab. Have a great day.
Hello, Could you please tell me if the model is wearing an item without any alteration? And which size? Usually in the specifications you mentioned this aspect, but I didn't see it for this one. Thank you very much and we love your patterns and fabrics :) All the best, Diana
Hi! The shirt in the photo was made in size 6 US without alterations :) Here are the sewing steps from the blog : blog.fabrics-store.com/2019/05/21/noa-linen-shirt-tutorial/
I just started sewing clothes about 6 months ago and thought I'd take on a more difficult project. I made this shirt from the basic softened linen I bought from fabricsstore.com in a beautiful Sea Breeze color. The tutorials for each different part of the project made it easy to follow along and not feel overwhelmed. The finished project looks really good and fits well although it is a relaxed fit rather than tailored. I love the linen and the pattern together! I might make another one of these for myself or as a gift. I had no problems downloading and printing the pattern with Adobe Acrobat. Once you figure out how PDF patterns work, it's not difficult.
This is my go-to shirt pattern! I think I've made 3 of these so far and they fit so nicely. I like to wear mine tied up with a summery dress for a classy alternative to a cardigan for mild or windy weather. This one is made in the IL019 bleached, with the Signature finish which is so so soft! Pictured here with my Mona dress, pattern also by Fabrics-Store.
I chose the Antique White and the Potting Soil Linen, both in a middle weight softened finished. With a few modifications I used the FS Noa Linen Shirt Pattern to create a contrast/colour blocked t-shirt. I was inspired by a similar leather shirt I saw online and thought if I made it in a linen, it would be a staple in my wardrobe, so I brought it to life.
This shirt is amazing. I didn't use linen for my garment because I had this beautiful vintage cotton fabric from my grandma witch I love. I cut the fabric in my size but the end result is oversized, I recommend cutting with 2 sizes smaller for a more fitted shirt. I must admit that having this oversized made me love it even more.
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SKILL LEVELS EXPLAINED
Beginner - Can sew simple straight & curved seams, some topstitching. Includes crafty-type projects and garments that do not require complex sewing techniques or closures.
Confident Beginner - Has sewn a few simple projects and is ready to learn more. Includes techniques such as set-in sleeves, inseam pockets, patch pockets, generous topstitching.
Advanced Beginner - Eager to continue building skills with new techniques such as zippers, buttons & buttonholes, tailored collars & cuffs.
Intermediate - Comfortable with projects that include multiple techniques such as pleating, yokes, fly zipper, slant pockets, and tailored waistband.
Advanced - Confident with complex, multi-step construction such as welt pockets and unusual details. Enjoys the challenge of new techniques and designer quality.
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