Have you ever done something so totally dumb you wonder 'what was I thinking?' Then you realize, you couldn't have been thinking at all. I regret to inform you that there will be no post describing cuffs for the linen shirt.
As you can see, my shirt is now a comfortable short sleeve summer shirt. One of the problems of working with solid weaves is that it's real easy to reverse the RS-WS to become WS-RS. That is just what I did with one of the sleeves of my shirt. There was no taking it apart after having serged the seam allowances and then sewn them down to make a faux felled seam. Too bad I didn't check the plackets to see if they were facing in the same direction before sewing anything. I started to measure for the cuffs when it hit me. One placket was outside the sleeve and the other inside. On a positive note, I need two less buttons.