Friday, 23 March 2018

Burda 9748 Raglan T'Shirt in Blue and Pink

I love raglan shirts, they're so cute!  and even better in a contrasting fabric which is great for using up scraps and old clothes.  

This particular one is made from some old pyjamas and the leftover fabric from these leggings.

Cut the interfacing and iron onto the back of the underlap.

Iron a strip of interfacing onto the left edge of the front.

Stitch underlap to left front sleeve.

Pin and sew side seams.

Stitch sleeve seams.

Set in sleeves.

Leaving underlap unsewn.

Fold neckband and stitch ends.

Sew neckband in place.

Hem sleeves and bottom.

Apply snap fasteners.

Pattern details.

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  1. I'm with you: love to mix my fabrics, and a raglan is just the place to do it. I didn't understand the underlap/overlap bit at first--guess I missed the snaps in the top pic. Do you have a favorite snap supplier? Thanks for linking up!

  2. Great shirt! I miss making clothes for my kids when they were smaller. I think I'm just busier now. Though maybe I could help them start making their own clothes now! Thanks for sharing and for linking up on TGIFF!

  3. wow awesome shirt.Thanks for playing along with us in our Anything Goes challenge at Polkadoodles
    Shylaa DT@Polkadoodles

  4. What a sweet shirt! Thank you so much for playing along with my challenge over at 4 Crafty Chicks this week xoxox

  5. cute shirt :)
    Thanks for playing along in the 613 Avenue Create Challenge.