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Chic Embroidered Raglan Dolman Top

By: Jessica Abbott from mesewcrazy.com

Chic Embroidered Raglan Dolman Top
Chic Embroidered Raglan Dolman Top
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If you've been searching for the perfect top for summer and spring, then you'll love this tutorial for the Chic Embroidered Raglan Dolman Top. A combination of raglan and dolman silhouettes, this DIY top to sew comes with a free printable pattern, which can also be used to make a stylishly casual dress for warmer weather. Made using a little over 2 yards of knit fabric, this free top pattern takes only a few hours to make and is geared towards advanced beginners, so if you've been looking for a more challenging sewing project, then this is the pattern for you. A charming way to step up your fashion game, this DIY dolman top is perfect for dressing up or down.



 

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This is such a chic top. What a great warm weather sewing project!

Combining a dolman sleeve which is cut in one piece with the body and a raglan sleeve that advances to the neckline is an interesting sleeve treatment. The hand-drawn illustration that accompanies the tutorial shows it best. This allows for two different types of fabrics to be incorporated into the top. Interesting.

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