I like wearing it open without the self-tie belt as well.
It’s cold where I live, and I want to make something cozy that I can layer on to help keep the chill off. I also want it to be versatile enough where I can wear it out or wear it in while cuddling on the couch. So, today, we will be making a hooded wrap long sleeved shirt with a self-tie belt at the waist. Of course, there will be pockets, so no worries there. Here we go!
I am pregnant, and am ready to show the world! Well, at least my coworkers. After months of wearing baggy shirts, I’m ready to make a form-fitting dress with my long sleeve sheath dress tutorial. I want to show off all my new maternal curves. So today, we’re going to make a sheath dress, plain and unadorned, but one that fits to your body. Since I am pregnant and hoping to wear this for a little while yet, I’m going to add a little bit of room around the midsection to accommodate some belly growth. It’s still quite cold outside, so this one will adorn long sleeves. For those pregnant ladies out there, other dresses you can make that will grow with your bump include Simplicity’s 1360 dress, my Breezy Trapeze Dress Tutorial, and my Double V-Neck Boxy Dress Tutorial.
Today we will be venturing into the world of the raglan sleeve. Are you as excited as I am?! As you can see, I’m very happy to add a new sleeve type to my homemade sewing patterns! This tutorial will make a long sleeve raglan shirt with bands around both the neckline and bottom of the shirt. So, without further ado, lets get on with my raglan shirt tutorial!