Bangalore 4th November, Frankfurt 6th November
Red Oxford (soft, thick and almost flannel-like, but unfortunately too much white weft):
Easy-To-Iron Chambray (with a unlined hidden One-Piece Button-Down collar, but next time with a light lining):
Overall I'm quite happy how the shirts turned out, my only point of criticism is the shirring at the shoulders. It's quite different between left and right shoulder.
The reason are the different yoke heights to cover a sloping right shoulder. Since the shirring is only done over the joint of yoke and sleeve and one yoke is about 0.5 inch lower, but the fabric addition seems the same at both sides, the sewer had to process the same amount of fabric over a shorter distance. Therefore the shirring is more significant at the right side. Probably I'll bring the shirts to my alteration shop, have them opening parts of both shoulder seams and spread the fabric over a longer part of the seem and skip the shirring at future shirts.