You might be sick of me talking about the Archer button up by Grainline Studio but whenever a new season arrives, I find myself using this great basic pattern again and again. This is probably my seventh time sewing this pattern. If you are curious what my previous ones are like, type in “archer” in the search box on the right top corner. I’ve made it in silk de chine, chambray and chiffon to name a few. This time I decided to make it in white shirt fabric (probably mix of cotton and polyester) with fly front modification. Fly front modification is easy and it gives it a cleaner look than regular button band. I can see myself reaching for this shirt at least once a week in an upcoming cooler weather. It is perfect to layer underneath the Hudson sweater (by Brooklyn Tweed) I’m knitting. I made the shirt in size 2 as usual and lengthened the back of the shirt by 5cm.