Raglan Sleeve Pattern Making Tutorial
Learn how to draft a basic raglan sleeve with our FREE digital pattern making tutorials. In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to turn a basic bodice block, with a set-in sleeve, into a raglan sleeve. Creating a raglan sleeve is a fairly simple process. We slash the bodice block from neck to mid armhole and then transfer the slashed upper shoulder panels to the sleeve head. Once in place, we smooth the lines of both sleeve and bodice block to create a stylish comfortable fitting sleeve.
Basic Block/ Sloper Elements
You will need a basic block that has a “Classic” front dart to follow this tutorial and draft this sleeve.
To save time, click the button below. We’ll create a basic block (in the Lab) that already has this dart preselected for you. All you’ll need to do is select a profile or one of our standard sizes. Don’t forget to purchase your block as an ePattern and not a PDF! PDF patterns can’t be edited, they can only be printed on paper. ePatterns ar fully editable digital basic blocks.
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Hi Ram, unfortunately, we do not work on bespoke projects. We simply don’t have the time or resources. I’m sorry for the inconvenience! Goo luck with your project!