Centerfield Raglan T-Shirt PDF Pattern
Sizes XXS to 3XL with the Plus Pattern also Included
Now you can make this basic wardrobe staple yourself and put your own spin on each and every one. Make the shirt with contrasting colors, make it with lace sleeves or a lace covered bodice, make it with long sleeve and make one with short sleeve. You can also keep things basic with the original 3/4 sleeves and curved hemline, or mix things up and make it with ruched side seams and ruched sleeves.
- Regular neckline
- Scoop neckline
- Long Sleeves (three different cut lines for the long)
- 3/4 sleeve
- Short sleeve
- Ruched sleeves
- Two different elbow patch shapes
- Straight hemline
- Curved hemline
- Side ruching
It is a slim fit so size up if you want it fuller or looser. There is a size chart and measurement guide in the pattern.
You will need as little as 1 1/2 yards to 2 yards of at least 25% stretch knit depending your option choices. Look for fabrics with good stretch and recovery.
This is a great pattern to mix two different fabrics and use up some of your short yardages. The bodice takes 3/4 yard and the sleeves (depending on the length) take 1/4 yard to 3/4 yard.