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FREE Raglan T-Shirt sewing pattern (Baby-2T)

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FREE raglan t-shirt sewing pattern (baby-2T)

Have you ever been in a situation with your baby or your toddler where it feels like you need to change their clothes 1000 times a day? We’ve all been there, but don’t worry, because we have found you an excellent pattern where you can make as many Raglan T-Shirts as you like. With this super cute and easy-to-follow (and totally FREE) pattern, you will never run out of clean shirts ever again. You will have so much fun making this one, that in no time you will find yourself making many many t-shirts for your little one!

FREE raglan t-shirt sewing pattern (baby-2T)

These T-Shirts make the perfect clothing for indoors, outdoors, playdates, visiting grandma, going to kinder-garden, etc. This shirt is your basic must-have, one of those items that you can simply wear anywhere. You can go from playing in the backyard with the baby – to a walk in the stroller, without changing his clothes. And he will still be the best-dressed baby in the neighborhood! All you have to do is get that sewing kit of yours, and sew up some magic!

Materials that are needed:

  • 50cm of main fabric (160 cm wide).
  • Sewing thread.

The designer has very kindly given us all for free the seven patterns for sizes baby to 2T. If you would like to make a Raglan T-Shirt in any size from 3T through to 15-years then you can purchase them from the designer’s online store. 

FREE raglan t-shirt sewing pattern (baby-2T)

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The creator of this pattern has some advice for you to make the sewing process easier:

“When working with knits, it is important not to stretch or pull the fabric while sewing. Also, use a stretch needle and a stretch stitch. In this pattern, all seams are sewed with a twin needle unless indicated otherwise. Only the upper notches of the sleeve and the plackets are sewn with a straight stitch.”

Click on the button below to get this FREE sewing pattern, and start sewing today! This is by far the most comfortable piece of clothing for your little ones you can ever make! And don’t forget to have fun sewing!

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