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    Design 04 Everyday Scoop Neck Raglan T-Shirt

    Size 34-52 cm

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    Re: Design 04 Everyday Scoop Neck Raglan T-Shirt

    Sorry you can't really see much of the shirt in the photo, I don't have anyone here to take pics of me.
    It's a good pattern, but it runs big and the neck is pretty low cut, and wide at the shoulders. I'm going to try modifying it a bit so that the neck is more like I like it and will report back.
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    Re: Design 04 Everyday Scoop Neck Raglan T-Shirt







    Made a bunch of them in thermal. This time I sliced off about 1/2 an inch at the fold line, and then in addition to that, I added seam allowance to the neck, which made the neck hole smaller. I didn't add seam allowance for the width of the shirt. I also lengthened the sleeves some, since they were a bit short last time.
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    Re: Design 04 Everyday Scoop Neck Raglan T-Shirt


    Another modification!
    Velour nightgown for me, made by lengthening the raglan shirt from the newest Otto woman. I should have flared out the bottom more, so I would do that next time. I love basic patterns like this that can be modified many different ways for many purposes/looks.
    Last edited by caseyj; 09-30-2011 at 11:35 AM.
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