The Boxy Raglan

The last post of 2019 and I’m rounding off the year on a cozy note, the new Boxy Raglan from Wardrobe by me.

Sewing womens clothes using pdf sewing patterns by indie sewing pattern designers.

This pattern sums up my every day style perfectly, comfortable and casual yet stylish. I can wear it around the house with my worn out leggings and I can wear it to work with my jeans. Doesn’t get much better than that!

Sewing womens clothes using pdf sewing patterns by indie sewing pattern designers.

The fabric I used is jersey cord from Stofflykke. I used it before for pants for Anita and I was totally jealous and wanted something for myself in it as well. It worked perfectly for the Boxy Raglan. The pattern comes with three necklines, two body lengths, two sleeve lengths and option for a loose or tighter waistband. For this one I used the shorter body length with the tighter waistband and neckline B.

Sewing womens clothes using pdf sewing patterns by indie sewing pattern designers.

I made one in the longer length with the looser waistband as well, in knitted fleece fabric and this one takes the cozy part to the next level. I did my usual grading from size 6 to 10 at the hips.

Sewing womens clothes using pdf sewing patterns by indie sewing pattern designers.

I’m keeping it short and sweet this time. Thanks to you all who take your time to read what I scribble here and thank you pattern designers for giving me the opportunity to be part of your amazing testing teams. I still really enjoy this process!

See you in 2020!!

Love

Dagbjört

Author: bydagbjort

I'm a mom to four fantastic kids, three boys and a girl. To teenagers and to toddlers so never a dull moment in our household :) We are from Iceland but have been living in Norway since 2001. I have a newfound passion for sewing. My hubby travels a lot for work and I needed something to do at night when the little ones are a sleep because suddenly my teenage boys would rather hang with their friends or play on their pc's than be with me - why is beyond my imagination :) Thanks to Pinterest I found some amazing sewing bloggers, whom I've been stalking, and realized that I could dig out my sewing machine and start sewing. Now it's all I think about. I've been hoarding pdf patterns and learning from all the amazing tutorials that are out there. I've decided to try out this blogging thing as well to document my sewing journey. We'll see how it goes! Thanks for stopping by, I would love it if you would leave me a comment! XOXO Dagbjört

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