Explorer Raglan T-Shirt

(8 customer reviews)

$12.00 AUD

Level: Beginner

Prem./Small Newborn – Age 12

Description

The Explorer Raglan T-Shirt is a stylish, but easy-to-sew t-shirt that will quickly become a staple in your little one’s wardrobe.

There are 4 sleeve options – long, three quarter, short and retro rolled. You can choose from a straight hem, or low backed curved hem. There are also options for colour blocking and a snap close neckline.

An overlocker/serger will create the neatest finish but importantly, a regular sewing machine is all you need for all options. The pattern is suitable for enthusiastic beginners.

This listing is for 4 downloadable PDF files: Instructions, a print-at-home pattern, a copy shop pattern and a projector pattern.

Print the print-at-home pattern on A4/legal/letter sized paper.

Take the copy shop file to a professional printer to print onto large sheets of paper.

Use the projector file to project the pattern straight onto your fabric. 

For more photos, inspiration and assistance you are very welcome to join the Waves & Wild Facebook Group.

The measurement charts for all W&W patterns can be found here.

The pattern is created in layers meaning you can print just the layers (sizes) you need.

Looking for a quick sew jogger/pants pattern to match? You need the Four Seasons Joggers!

This is an instant download PDF, not a finished item. Due to the digital nature of PDF patterns, no refund can be given if purchased in error.

8 reviews for Explorer Raglan T-Shirt

  1. Katie Griggs-Trevarthen

    I love this pattern. This is my go-to for t-shirts for the toddlemonster. The pattern is easy to follow, the Ragland sleeve means that this pattern is mostly straight lines to sew. I used the snap placket option when the baby was smaller with a huge head. This was trickier but as ever the instructions talked me through it slowly and I felt so accomplished when I did it!
    I use this for pjs and day Tees too!
    I tried one with the colour blocking option too which was great for making use of a smaller scrap of beautiful fabric.

  2. Nwanne

    I sewed this up for my average sized 2 and 3 year old. I did go by the measurements but if I was making again I’d probably size them up as its quite a fitted tee but I want my mummy mades to last a lifetime 😂 the pattern was clear and easy to follow. Marking your shoulder pieces is a must when making a raglan, again this is on the pattern so, pay attention. This is a super quick sew. The longest part was deciding to sit down and hem them!

  3. Rachel (verified owner)

    This was my first attempt at sewing with stretch fabric. I made the basic raglan, only 5 pieces and really simple to make. It was quite fitted so I’d probably size up but looks really good on my 3 y..o. Will definitely be making a few more of these as it was so quick and easy, even the neck band was straightforward.

  4. Sarah (verified owner)

    The explorer raglan is a great pattern and I have made heaps of them in lots of different sizes. The pattern comes together well and I find the fit true to size. I especially like the curved back hem for something a bit different.

  5. Cheryl Lynass

    This is one of my favourite kids patterns. It is just such a gorgeous design. It fits so well and looks so trendy. Very easy sew.

  6. Fiona (verified owner)

    Easy to follow, well written pattern with lots of options to customise can definitely see this becoming my go-to pattern for makes for the grandsons!

  7. Ryan Hall

    My favorite raglan pattern! Super easy and fast sew, I love making these for my son and even my daughter! Instructions are clear and pattern fits true to size on my kiddos.

  8. Cindy Hamilton

    Love this t-shirt. Made for older grandchildren and now will be making the placket option for the toddler with the large head. I too will size up slightly so they fit longer. Easy pattern and good instructions.

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