Another Lane Raglan Sweatshirt

Here’s my second (and favorite) Lane Raglan sweatshirt…you can see my first one here.DSC_0311I made this one in a hemp/organic cotton jersey…it is the perfect weight for spring, just enough to fight off a little chill.  I got it locally, not sure about any online sources but if you find it, get some!  You won’t regret it.  I have it in blue also, it’ll probably end up as another sweatshirt.DSC_0316I stitched the little triangle detail at the neckline again, you can see it better on this one.DSC_0347DSC_0331I love this pattern, I’ve made 3 sweatshirts so far and can’t wait to make some tees for summer!

  • What a great outfit!!! That look is one of my absolute favorites to wear! Comfy and still very, very cool!

  • Nancy

    You are looking stylish as much as comfortable!!

  • Love the styling here! I can’t ever get my cover hem stitches to lay that flat on the back – do you have a secret? I’ve tried all sorts of tension settings..

  • Love. Love. Love! This is the perfect sweatshirt for you! Okay, I seriously need to buy this pattern (and a serger!!).

  • This looks so cozy! The drape of the fabric is perfect. I think I need this pattern now!

  • I’m having major sweatshirt envy! I love this make. How did you stitch your triangle?

  • I’ve been looking for a pattern like this! I had the hemlock tee in mind, but I like and wear raglans more. I love pairing a slouchy sweater with a dressy skirt for work.

  • Love this look! And I really love the detail at the neckline- that makes this look so profesh and so cool!

  • Ah, it’s so perfect! The inside-out coverstitch detail is so cute. I’m totally on a sweatshirt making binge and wearing this outfit right now, too! I immediately recognized the fabric and you can buy it Such good stuff!

  • This looks so great! Not to mention that you look comfy and stylish — double win! I have a short sleeved sweatshirt-ish version still sitting on my sewing table waiting for bands (our summers are way too hot for long-sleeved sweatshirts!). Someday…

  • suze

    Love your sewing! You have been super busy lately and have done a beautiful job on that top!

  • love this one! that fabric looks amazing. with the chilly spring we’ve been having i could really use a few more of these!

  • i love it! you look so comfy but somehow still so put together! great photos, too, i like the location. gotta find me an overpass. 😉

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