Thread Theory Men’s Sayward Raglan T-shirt
£10.50 – £23.00
Buy the Men’s Sayward Raglan T-shirt sewing pattern from Thread Theory. Sayward is a versatile raglan t-shirt for everyday casual wear. The attractively curved raglan seams paired with a relaxed crew neckline create the appearance of a strong chest. The sleeves are slim without clinging. The body is an average fit suitable for most figures. Choose between full length sleeves or short sleeves that end mid-bicep. The hems can be sewn using a zig-zag stitch or a twin needle.
The instructions for sewing with knits are thorough and include finishing suggestions, step-by-step illustrations and both beginner and intermediate sewing options. They explain methods for sewing the shirt with or without a serger. Fabric requirement charts are provided for a monochrome shirt or a colour-blocked shirt with contrast sleeves and neckband.
This sewing pattern is available to buy in the following formats:
– PAPER (next working day dispatch on orders and FREE UK delivery over £50)
– PDF (available to download immediately after purchase). What is a PDF?
– PDF pattern + Printed A0 copy shop (We print out the A0 pattern sheets, but you’ll need to download the digital instructions, as we don’t print these. The PDF files will be emailed immediately after purchase, and the A0 pattern sheets will be dispatched next working day). What is Copy Shop?
Suggested fabrics: Light to medium weight knit fabrics with at least 20% stretch.
Easier to sew: More stable knits such as thick t-shirt knits. Interlock and French terry are good examples of stable knits. Cotton blends with 6% or less spandex content are generally easiest to sew.
More challenging to sew: Very stretchy or thin knits that are prone to curling at their edges. They will still make excellent t-shirts but will be more challenging to sew. Bamboo, cotton or hemp jersey blends, tissue-weight knits, ribbed knits, or athletic materials with a large spandex content are good examples.
Colour block design idea: Use a contrast knit for the neck and sleeves. Consider purchasing two coordinating colours of thread for hemming and topstitching.
Variation 1 Long Sleeves (monochrome): 115 cm (45″) wide fabric: 2.4 m (2 3/4 yd) // 150 cm (60″) wide fabric: 1.8 m (2 yd).
Variation 1 Long Sleeves (colour block – body): 115 cm (45″) wide fabric: 1.5 m (1 3/4 yd) // 150 cm (60″) wide fabric: 0.8 m (1 yd).
Variation 1 Long Sleeves (colour block – sleeves): 115 cm (45″) wide fabric: 1.0 m (1 1/8 yd) // 150 cm (60″) wide fabric: 1.0 m (1 1/8 yd).
Variation 2 Short Sleeves (monochrome): 115 cm (45″) wide fabric: 2.0 m (2 1/4 yd) // 150 cm (60″) wide fabric: 1.4 m (1 1/2 yd).
Variation 2 Short Sleeves (colour block – body): 115 cm (45″) wide fabric: 1.5 m (1 3/4 yd) // 150 cm (60″) wide fabric: 0.8 m (1 yd).
Variation 2 Short Sleeves (colour block – sleeves): 115 cm (45″) wide fabric: 0.6 m (3/4 yd) // 150 cm (60″) wide fabric: 0.6 m (3/4 yd).
Sizing: XS – 4XL. Please check the designer’s size chart and finished garment measurements.
Notions: Thread; stretch or ball point needle; optional twin needle for hems.
PDF pattern includes: Step-by-step instructions; US letter/A4 print-at-home pattern (27 pages); 36″ wide roll feed copy shop pattern (1 sheet); A0 copy shop pattern (2 sheets).
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