raglan sleeve


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a sleeve that extends in one piece to the neckline of a coat or sweater with seams from the armhole to the neck

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50, all Primark | Top PS70, bottoms PS50 and trainers PS70 all Topshop x Adidas Originals at Topshop | Daisy raglan sleeve crop top PS10, Livi zip detail jogger PS15 and lace up canvas trainers PS10, all boohoo.
His name was later applied to a Raglan sleeve which came into use about 1855.
One point to remember is that a set-in sleeve will be far more flattering than a raglan sleeve and above all, stay away from the new bat-wing style - it will only make the top half of your body look even narrower.
Any raglan sleeve pattern would work for this technique, but if you don't have one on-hand, read on for instructions on turning a c wide-strap tank pattern into a raglan sleeve pattern.
Take care that the tops are not too long and that they have a set-in rather than a raglan sleeve.
A RAGLAN sleeve will help hide wide shoulders, but won't look as well if you have a more narrow build.
Cut with a raglan sleeve, the Upline Jacket jacket allows for maximum movement and comfort.
For example, the featured dress has a raglan sleeve with a sleeve dart.
Repeat to draw the raglan sleeve line on the back bodice, beginning approximately 2 1/4 from the center back and ending 7" from the shoulder seam along the armscye (2).
Use molded or raglan shoulder pads in drop-shoulder, dolman or raglan sleeve designs.
Coming equipped with a space dye body (think Digi camo) and raglan sleeves this polyester cover shirt is perfect for practice as it has endless flexibility.
You'll love knitting and wearing this classic cardigan with raglan sleeves, waist shaping, and ridges of garter stitch on the yoke.
Four-way stretch provides a comfortable fit and the raglan sleeves allow a full range of motion.
I'm also looking for a knitted cardigan pattern that features raglan sleeves with a hood, starting from the neck down.
The freezing Crimean War gave us the cardigan (Lord Cardigan, 1797-1868, wore a woollen under-jacket while leading the Charge of the Light Brigade), the balaclava (worn by soldiers at the battle of Balaclava) and raglan sleeves (Lord Raglan, 1788-1855, thought the design gave more freedom to his sword arm).