Cotton Blue Pin-Stripe Hibiscus Shirt.
This Hibiscus Shirt is made from a lime green medium weight linen. The reverse side of the fabric, which is a slightly darker shade of green, is used for the pocket and lower sleeve insets.
Judy used two red and gold silks to create this Hibiscus Shirt. One of the fabrics is a unique red elephant embroidered silk. Some fullness was taken from the sides since the fabric wasn't a soft drape. This created a soft line down the sides. Beautiful shirt!
Marlis Bennett, a Bernina Educator, made this Hibiscus Shirt. The sleeves were created with decorative stitches, leaving out the bottom sleeve inset. The body of the garment uses raw edges to complete the look. Copyright:Marlis Bennett
Yellow to orange ombre silk Hibiscus Shirt shown at the American Sewing Guild National Conference.
This Hibiscus Shirt is made from a Japanese Cotton with a paneled yellow and purple print. It’s a lightweight and fluid to highlight the a-line shape of this garment.
This Hibiscus Shirt was made in white cotton shirting with a deep gray stripe. The asymmetric lines continue from the front into the back with the right side angling downward.
Green Silk-Hibiscus Shirt made from moss green silk shantung with Japanese Silk Kimono pieces used for the bottom bias panels, sleeved cuffs and collar. a.Second description-The Hibiscus Shirt can be made in a variety of colors and prints. This shirt was made using Burmese silk for the body of the garment, while the sleeve insets, collar facing and lower bias panels are constructed with vintage kimono silk. Mix and match when making this garment. Try mixing together funky prints and contrasting colors to spice up your shirt!