All the fabric is from Girl Charlee. Shopping from one site helped me not be overwhelmed by trying to coordinate colors. I wasn't going for colors that could be worn together, just a palette of colors I knew I would love looking at and feel good wearing, plus one safe wild card. Safe meaning still in the blue family, but wild because whenever something is described as "peacock" blue or green, I'm never sure if I'll get something in the blue/green family that I'll like. Also, for some reason Girl Charlee photo colors tend to display very differently on my screen than in real life - more so than from other sites.
Anyway, I've blogged most of these before, but I like to see the full line up. The final navy shirt has a front yoke that creates a v-neck and shorter sleeves than the first navy shirt. I don't know if anyone can tell when I wear it, but at least it makes me think I'm not wearing the same shirt twice. I also made a point of picking fabrics/patterns that would work with both my cardigans and at least two shirts look nice with each of my blazers and jackets, so I have several options for mixing things up.
I actually ended up sewing a different quatrefoil shirt that does not have hem bands. That one will be for work. This one with the hem bands will be for every day. I wish I had more of this fabric because I want a sleeping shirt out of it.
The tribal print is by far the stiffest fabric. I don't think I have enough to make another from it, but I do not recommend hem bands. The ones on my shirt flip up no matter what I've tried. As long as I wear a sweater/cardigan/jacket over it, it won't matter.