Things were looking good enough (I thought) to make another finished shirt. Same kind of material (poly/cotton broadcloth) as last time.
I made the following changes:
- Took in the sides at waist line 1" on each side (total of 4" suppression)
- Added blade pleats (1" additional width each side of yoke seam)
- Used the sleeve draft with recommended crown height from the textbook
The result fits comfortably and does a good job hiding the scoliosis and dropped shoulder. Some diagonal folds appear in the chest when it is tucked in, but I think some messiness is to be expected with nothing to hold the tail down.