Baby/Child Adventurer Raglan Sweatshirt PDF
Made by Jacks Mum
Buy the Baby/Child Adventurer Raglan Sweatshirt sewing pattern from Made by Jack’s Mum. This is a simple but stylish raglan sweatshirt. There are 4 neckline options: regular round neck, single or double button neck, and split collar button neck. There is also the option for a through pocket.
This sewing pattern is available to buy in the following format:
– PDF (available to download immediately after purchase). What is a PDF?
Suggested fabrics: Medium weight knit fabric such as cotton/elastane french terry or sweatshirt fleece // Cotton/elastane ribbing or cotton/elastane jersey for the neckline (unless you are doing the split collar) and the waist/wrist cuffs.
Fabric requirements: 140 cm (55″) wide fabric: 40 – 130 cm (3/8 – 1 3/8 yd).
Sizing: Preemie/small newborn – 12 years. Please check the size chart.
Notions: Button neck option: A small amount (20 mm/3/4″) of iron-on medium interfacing (stretch is best, but non-stretch will be fine) and buttons and/or snaps. As a guide, you will need approx. 3 small buttons for a newborn, single side button neck and 6 small buttons for age 12. Double that number for a double side button neck or split collar. You will need fewer if your buttons are big. If you are doing a button neck with large buttons, you will also need 1 snap for the neckband of a single side opening or 2 snaps for a double opening. For baby sizes, the buttons/snaps should be approx. 3-4 cm (1 1/8″-1 5/8″) apart. For the biggest sizes, use 5-6 cm (2″-2 3/8″) gaps.
PDF pattern includes: Instructions; print-at-home pattern. This pattern has layers so you can print just the sizes(s) you need. Does not include an A0 copy shop file.
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