Three Raw Edged Raglans for Tater. Without the raw edges. I prefer to sew them this way so I don’t have to worry about my seams so much. Knits are very forgiving but exposed seams are not.
This is definitely my favorite pattern from Sewing for Boys. I love how fast these come together once I decide what fabric combination I want to use. I did add chest pockets to all three, using the pocket piece from my Vintage V-Neck.
So my progress on my original list is as follows.
- Tigger costume
3 long sleeve Raglan t-shirts
- 1 long sleeve Hipster Henley (almost done)
- 1 New pattern that I’m not talking about yet
1 long sleeve Raglan t-shirt
1 Cool Cardigan (will blog tomorrow when I get a picture of it)
I know it’s super ambitious, but I really want to get through the rest of my list tomorrow so I can start drafting some new patterns.
How is everyone else doing?
Super cute. I have the book, but haven’t tried this pattern yet. I think I will! Happy sewing!
I love that raw-edged raglan, too.
I’m going to have to get my hands on your blank slate patterns -so cute!
These tops turned out great! I love the subtle differences and colors you put together. Thanks for linking up this week!
Andrea from The Train To Crazy
Love the color combinations.