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Loose Fit Raglan Top
Loose Fit Raglan Top
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From the blogger: "This is a loose fit raglan top with elbow length sleeves. Learn how to make an easy loose fit raglan top with elbow length sleeves. This post includes an available printable PDF sewing pattern. You will receive this pattern into your email with an easy to print file in letter and A4 paper format. The post also includes a step by step sewing tutorial with all the steps you need to make an easy raglan top pattern. You might also like to use this pattern to create a trendy dress or tunic!"

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Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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I do like this pattern, except for the length of the shirt. I would add fabric to make it much longer. I do love the length of the sleeves though because the older I get, the less skin I like to show...I think you could make this out of a lighter weight jersey material to have more of a summer weight shirt too. Very nice pattern and I do need to get into my sewing room soon. What modifications, if any would you make to this shirt?

Adorable pattern. I love elbow length shirts and this polka dot material is fantastic. Fun and flirty! I haven't ventured into making clothes for myself as I am plus size and I'm unsure how to adapt patterns to larger sizes. Am wondering if this is difficult to do?

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