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The Jackson Raglan shirt is a fun knit pattern that works well for boys or girls. The shirt is intended to be loose fitting through the chest.
I love patterns that allow me to use a variety of prints, especially those remnants from past projects that are too big to throw away but not quite large enough for a complete garment. The Jackson Raglan Shirt is the perfect style for upcycles or just adding basic shirts to your child's wardrobe. A few basic changes in the construction of the garment will achieve a variety of looks.
In this pattern, I’ve included options for 2 styles of hood, solid panel or pieced Shirt front & back, front pocket and sleeve variations to allow for many versions of the finished shirt.
I’ve been sewing for 30+ years and have enjoyed trying many new techniques along the way. I wrote this eBook for most levels of sewers, from confident beginner to advanced.
The e-book includes:
* 2 hood variations
* solid panel or pieced shirt front and back
* sleeve variations
* optional pocket
* 20 pages of instructions to make shirts in sizes 1-2 to 18-20
* Printable pattern pages
Love Lisa's Patterns. I have not found one yet to not have precise instructions. She also has a facebook group for those who purchase her patterns to help each other. Easy pattern to stitch as always.
Granddaughters love this pattern. Will make several dresses.
Love this pattern. Very easy to follow!
* Knit jersey, interlock or similar stretch fabric: yardage varies depending on the dress size, style options and the number of prints used.
Equipment you'll need:
Sewing machine, scissors, ruler or measuring tape, iron and ironing board, straight pins
Ball point needle for the sewing machine
Copyright Funktional Threads 2013
The information and patterns in this e-book may be used for personal sewing or small scale commercial purposes in limited quantities. The book itself and any information within it may not be reproduced in any form and is protected by US and International copyright laws.