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Fall Raglan Sleeve Pattern

By: Elizabeth from Elizabeth Avenue

Cold weather means it is time to start wearing longer sleeves. If you are tired of tanks and sick of being chilly in your tees, make this comfy Fall Raglan Sleeve Pattern and you will stay cozy warm. Perfect for your fall wardrobe and easily made to be casual or a little fancier, this free sewing pattern is measured to fit you perfectly. Your friends will be begging to know where you found this snuggly wonder.

Fall Raglan Sleeve Pattern
Fall Raglan Sleeve Pattern
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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Weekend project

Sewn by: Machine


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This is a really versatile pattern. Once the pattern is adjusted to the fit you like, you can make lots of tops and easily create different looks by varying the sleeve and body fabric. You could even leave off the waist band, lengthen the body pieces and then just hem the body pieces just as you do the sleeves for another look. The advice to compare the pattern to a good-fitting top you already have is a good one because every body is a bit different.

I will certainly be making this pattern. I love long sleeved tees for the cooler weather but most of the shop bought ones are sized for very young, and slender women. With this pattern I can add my own adjustments to get a nice relaxed fit. I love the idea of using the reverse side for the sleeves, neckband and waistband (or a contrasting fabric if this is not viable)


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