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Topic: T-shirt Reconstruction into Raglan sleeve top  (Read 1340 times)
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daintydoughnuts
« on: February 17, 2010 02:33:34 PM »

I used Vegbees tute from her blog: http://indietutes.blogspot.com/, the tute for the collar with especially helpful.



This is an adult S/M size T-shirt reconed into a child's size 3/4 short-raglan sleeve top.  The patten was eyeballed so I think the shoulders might not be roomy enough (ie. proportionate to the rest of the body) next time I will add more volume to the shoulder socket. 



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« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2010 02:26:25 AM »

I heart raglan tee's!!! Graet job! Very very cute!
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