Chelsea — Linen Raglan Tee Pattern

If you are a practical woman of any age, you no doubt own countless versions of a plain white T-shirt. Here, we'd like to present you our alternative to your favorite white basic - the raglan tee! Simple design, raglan sleeves, delicate pleating at the neck and our gorgeous lightweight linen that gets softer with every wash. You'll love it so much you'll want one in every color!

Pattern specifications:

Type: PDF Pattern
Design Variations:
Sizes:
Illustrations: No
Instructions: Yes

Qty: Digital Download

Free digital patterns are available for registered customers only.

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Chelsea raglan tee
Reviewer: Dorothy

Thanks for the free downloads. I look forward to making this tee. Would like to say - the Layered printing feature is wonderful.

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Download and open in acrobat
Reviewer: Maryellen

You have to download this to your hard drive and then open in acrobat. Look to the left. The pattern is on the left side. Click on it to open up the pattern -- 21 pages to print. DO NOT OPEN IN THE BROWSER. You will only get the 6 pages of instructions and NOT the pattern if you open the pdf in the browser. Took me a while to figure this out.

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There are no instructions with the pattern?
Reviewer: Frederique

I have downloaded the pdf but there isn't any pattern in it. Please advise.

F|S Team
Oksana

Good afternoon! I just sent you an email with the steps to get to the pattern pieces. The pattern pieces are an attached file to the main PDF that you are opening. Here is an article that will walk you through to access the pattern pieces https://support.fabrics-store.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000219086-Missing-Pattern-Pieces-in-PDF-File

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No instructions?
Reviewer: Anonymous

There are no instructions with the pattern? Thanks!

F|S Team
Oksana

Good afternoon! This pattern is in conjunction with an online tutorial that has the step by step with photos. You can find the tutorial here - https://blog.fabrics-store.com/2018/05/08/linen-raglan-tee-tutorial/

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LinenTee Pattern
Reviewer: Tracy

Good morning! I can't seem to download the actual pattern.

F|S Team
Oksana

Good afternoon! I am sending you a follow-up email as well. But to access the pattern pieces - open this file in Adobe Reader. In the Adobe Reader menu click View - Show/Hide - Navigation Panes - Attachments. Adobe will pop open a side panel with the attached files which are the pattern pieces. Double click on the attached file and Adobe will open it for you :) Please email me if you have any questions ask@fabrics-store.com

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CANT OPEN....ONLY INSTRUCTION
Reviewer: Anonymous

Only instruction no pattern

F|S Team
Oksana

Hello there! I just sent you an email with the photos of what steps to take to get to the pattern pieces. Please email me if you have any questions ask@fabrics-store.com. Thank you!

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Where do I get the pattern
Reviewer: Elise

I'm itching to make this top but can't seem to get the pattern. I've registered on the website, my name is showing at the top of the page. When I open the pdf there are only the instructions, no pattern. Sure hopw you can help me find my way to the pattern.

F|S Team
Oksana

Good afternoon! I just sent you an email with the steps on how to get to the pattern pieces. Please email me if you have any questions at ask@fabrics-store.com. Have a great day.

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Love!
Reviewer: Karley

I love this pattern. I had no problem printing out the right size and putting the pattern together. I found the tutorial very useful for how to do the cuffs and the neck binding. I made the pattern out of a poly crepe to test the fit first, and I love the look. Even with a shifting poly, this pattern was easy to put together and the result is gorgeous. The fit is nice and loose, but I may size down on the next one. Can't wait to make it this top again!

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Quick and cute.
Reviewer: Desi

Very roomy. You learn a shortcut alternative to bias binding which I hate so yay easier methods. Quick way to get the cute cuff look too. It's a fun project that will likely fit most body types well.

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I love this t shirt
Reviewer: Judith

I made this t shirt last week from some polyester fabric I was given some time ago. I just hemmed the sleeves because the fabric was too soft for the cuffs. It looks great and was very easy to make. I can see this pattern will be a favourite.

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Yea! Sleeves!
Reviewer: Chris

Have been wanting to use my linen fabrics for a summer top with sleeves! So glad to see this pattern. I'm going to make it up this coming week and will report back about how it fits etc. Giving it 4 stars until I see how it goes. There are no illustrations or instructions for this pattern, but as an experienced seamstress, I don't think I'll have any problems with construction. I will make a muslin first or at least compare the dimensions to the tee pattern (that is also available on this website). I did do a full bust adjustment to the other tee pattern, so I will be doing the same for this Ragland tee.

F|S Team
Oksana

Hi - excited to hear you will be making the linen tee - there is a tutorial for it just in case you need it for reference https://blog.fabrics-store.com/2018/05/08/linen-raglan-tee-tutorial/. Looking forward to pictures!

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Chelsea — Linen Raglan Tee Pattern

Easy to follow pattern. Though the sleeves took me a minute to figure out which side the longer edge matched to. I did up a soft cream linen, everything done but sleeves and hem, then didn't like the colour too much so started over in blue. Went much quicker the second time around even with some minor adjustments I made like using french seams (added extra at sleeve seams on cutting for this, but none on sides, took the sides from the A-line as that was plenty roomy). Added a lightweight Pellon to cuffs for a stiffer look and to hem just for easier handling. Pretty good for a day's work.

Posted by Desi
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