The other day I showed you how to make your own raglan tee pattern, and today I’m sharing some raglan tee patterns for everyone.
My hope was to find patterns for literally everyone. It’s nice to have options, right? So here are some ideas for babies, boys, girls, men, and women + the DIY route too.
Raglan Tee sewing patterns for women
Patterns for Pirates Slim Fit Raglan
I know my friend Viv loves this one. All the versions I’ve seen are super cute, and people really use all the different features in this pattern creatively! Slim Fit Raglan by the numbers:
|Patterns for Pirates||Slim Fit Raglan|
|Size:||xxs-plus 3x (bust 30″-54″|
|Features:||sleeves: short, 3/4, banded|
hem: straight, curved, banded
extras: triangle patch, add-on pack available
Greenstyle Creations Centerfield Raglan plus size
The PDF pattern world is more and more doing a great job making more inclusive size ranges. So it is with Greenstyle Creations Centerfield Raglan. The Plus-size version is available for bust size 46″-62″. There is also a smaller size range available.
Plus there’s elbow patches. What is not made better with elbow patches?! Here’s what to expect:
|Greenstyle Creations||Centerfield Plus-sizeRaglan|
|Size:||2xl-3x (bust 46″-62″)|
|Features:||neckline: regular, scoopneck|
sleeves: short, 3/4, long, ruched
hem: straight, curved
extras: side ruching, elbow patches
|Good for:||curvy women|
DIY your own raglan pattern
Shameless plug for my own tutorial! The thing is that making your own raglan pattern is really easy. It took me about 20 leisurely minutes. And I misplaced my tape measure, ruler, and rotary cutter in that time. So probably less for you!
The awesome thing about DIYing this whole raglan t-shirt pattern shebang is that there’s no guessing on sizing here. First you start with a raglan t-shirt that fits you. Then you copy it. Next you bronze that pattern because you’re going to want to do 8,000,000 variations. Super easy!
|Elizabeth Made This||Easy to Make DIY Raglan t-shirt pattern|
|Size:||made to fit|
|Price:||free-a couple of bucks for the raglan |
t-shirt you are making a copy of
|Features:||varied depending on the shirt you copy|
|Pattern Format:||self-drafted, so whatever paper you have on |
Read on for raglan t-shirt patterns for babies, kids, and men!
Elizabeth Farr is the writer behind the Elizabeth Made This blog where she shares helpful sewing tips, step by step sewing tutorials and videos to help you explore your creativity through sewing. She has written sewing Eguides and patterns, been a featured teacher at Rebecca Page’s Sewing Summit and Jennifer Maker’s Holiday Maker Fest and her work has appeared in Seamwork and Altered Couture magazines. She also created a line of refashioned garments for SEWN Denver. When her sewing machine isn’t humming, she’s playing and teaching violin, and hanging around a good strategic board game with her husband and 4 kids.