The pattern for women's close-fitting T-shirt STRAP UP with tie-up neckline
- The pattern for women’s close-fitting T-shirt with raglan sleeves is constructed in a professional program for clothing pattern development and it is available in sizes 32 – 46 (find size chart below).
- This T-shirt is of a close-fitting silhouette. Tie-up neckline is something between the round neck and V-neck (depends on to what degree you tie your neckline). You can also omit the strings and finish the "V" part of the neckline with a button placket. The T-shirt is designed with raglan sleeves.
- The pattern is in PDF format (divided into A4 and A0 pages) and it will be sent electronically to your email after purchase.
Patterns for women’s T-shirts with raglan sleeves – COMFY vs. JACKIE vs. STRAP UP
Not sure which pattern for the women's T-shirt with raglan sleeves
to choose from my offer? See the comparison table below:
Comparison table - STRAP UP / COMFY / JACKIE
|| STRAP UP
|| Very close-fitting
|| Round w/ ribbon
|| Round - closed
|| Boat neck
| Material - Type
||-Knits (cotton, merino wool, bamboo, viscose) with elastane
-French Terry knit
||-Knits (elastane optional)
-French Terry knit
-Ponte Roma fabric
-Tracksuit fabric (thinner, uncombed) with elastane
-Thin sweater fabric
-Knits (cotton, merino wool, bamboo, viscose) with elastane
| Material - Weight
|| Up to 220 g / m2
|| 200 - 320 g / m2
|| Up to 200 - 240 g / m2
|Can I wear an inner layer?
|| Thinner tank top - yes
|| Yes - even thick warm innerwear
You can sew this T-shirt with an overlock or regular sewing machine
. I recommend using flexible seams when sewing with a regular sewing machine (narrow zig-zag stitch, three-step straight stitch, etc.) so that the seams don’t tear. I also recommend lowering the foot pressure and reducing lower thread tension slightly if your sewing machine allows it. You can learn more here:
The pattern works best with thinner knits
(flexible materials) - see the comparison table above.
The required amount of material:
- (for 140 cm wide fabric)
- Sizes 32 - 38: 1.2 m
- Sizes 40 - 46: 1,8 m
- (for 170 cm wide fabric)
- Sizes 32 - 36: 1 m
- Sizes 40 - 38: 1.5 m
There are three versions of this pattern:
(you will receive all of them after purchase)
- 1st version (one size view) – PDF A4 – pattern in individual sizes with seam allowances outlined– all individual sizes of the pattern (pattern of each size shows sewing lines and seam allowances are outlined too).
- 2nd version (classic view) – PDF A4 pattern showing all sizes without seam allowances - all sizes are outlined “in one picture”(each in its color) without seam allowances.
- You can choose what works best for you. The advantage of the classic view (where all the sizes are shown) is that you can easily customize your pattern to fit body types in between the chart sizes. One size view saves time during preparation - you do not have to think where and how much to add for the seams, because everything is already there.
- 3rd version (classic view) – PDF A0 pattern showing all sizes without seam allowances. This large-format pattern does not need to be glued together. You can print it on a home or office plotter or in one of the many copy centers.
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When and how do I receive my pattern?
After the payment has been credited to the account, I will immediately send the pattern with sewing instructions in PDF format
to your e-mail address. Then you just need to print and assemble the pattern of the desired size.
See instructions on how to easily download, open, print, and assemble the pattern.
Check out my article on how to assemble the paper pattern from A4 pages.
|Size chart - Women’s sizes
→ Size charts and how to use them correctly
Pattern, including instructions and all photographs, is a copyrighted work, and any distribution, copying, or disclosure to third parties is prohibited and will be considered a violation of the Copyright Act (Copyright Act, Act No. 121/2000 Coll. / Zákon o právu autorském – Zákon č. 121/2000 Sb., Česká republika), which may be prosecuted. Contents of the pattern (and instructions) are based on the personal experiences of the author. Your successes and possible failures are in your hands and the author bears no responsibility for them. But that doesn’t mean you’re on your own. Whenever you need advice, please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice to companies
The pattern is not intended for commercial use. If you are a tailor (for example) and you want to use any of my patterns for commercial purposes, please do not hesitate to contact me. I will be happy to discuss my options with you and create a bespoke offer for you.
For best results, please read the following:
- The patterns are constructed in ready-made sizes because it is not possible to construct a pattern for all body types (the size chart would get too congested).
- To make the clothes fit the individual figure perfectly, you need to carefully measure it first. Then compare measurements with the size chart and paper pattern. That is the only way to find the right pattern size.
- Besides, it’s almost always necessary to adjust the pattern slightly to make it fit perfectly. (Even if we have two women whose measurements are the same, they will differ in other ways – one of them may have a narrower back and a larger bust, the other may be more muscular with a smaller bust. One of them may also have wider hips and flatter buttocks, the other may have narrower hips and rounder buttocks…) Patterns (and their sizes) are only rough guidelines. If you are going for a perfect fit, you need to perform fitting tests and adjust the garments accordingly. Sewing is a creative activity and you need to take into account that each of us is built differently. THIS APPLIES TO CHILDREN’S AND MEN’S CLOTHES TOO – WE ARE ALL UNIQUE.
- If you are using some pattern for the first time, always sew a “test sample” from a cheaper fabric first. Mark any adjustments in the paper pattern and then use it to sew the final product. It is a classic tailoring method. No two fabrics are the same, therefore, please note that what works with one fabric may not work with another. That is why you should always sew test samples. Sewing is not like baking, you can’t just pick the pattern and expect the perfect results without some measuring, testing, and adjusting. That’s just how it works.
- I also recommend temporarily stitching all seams that affect circumferences (such as side seams, instep seams, etc.) before sewing. So, you can try the garment on and adjust it if necessary. Do not underestimate ironing and testing the clothes during the sewing process.
- Also, don’t forget to carefully mark seam allowances. Beginners often forget about them. It is necessary to measure seam allowances with the measuring tape around the entire pattern and then sew along the correct sewing lines – seam allowances width away from the cutting edges. Careless work with the seam allowances can result in large deviations in the overall widths and lengths of the individual pieces.
- When positioning the paper pattern pieces always make sure that the pieces are oriented correctly.
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