The Shirred Wrist Sleeve has been a very popular sleeve, repinned quite a bit on Pinterest. You can find the original post here along with all the drafting instructions, http://rhondabuss.blogspot.com/2012/05/sleeves-on-saturdays_26.html
The sleeve has shirring with a non-shirred center section.
I posted the sleeve 2 years ago and....I actually just finished the top!! How's that for unfinished projects??? And now true confessions, I have older projects sitting around as well. Oh well, I'm human ;)
I thought I would post the top so you can see how the sleeves look on a finished garment. To tie in the sleeves and give a little more interest to the top, I added a shirred detail around the neckline.
The sleeve is not hemmed in a transitional manner as I didn't want a band or a stitching line around the bottom of the sleeve. In the picture below, you can see that my hand is inside the hem and it is attached at the seam line.
As I said, this is a great way to hem sleeves when you would rather not have a stitching line. It also works well for holding down a turtle neck collar.
This sleeve will work on just about any project, top, dress, or jacket. It's a quick and easy project to draft.