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Easy Fit & Sew Raglan Sleeve Top

$100.00

Price includes 4 hours of class.

A virtual class with Jennifer Stern

Sept 9, 2:00–4:00pm &
Sept 10 2:00–4:00pm CDT

Sew a raglan-sleeved top from knit fabric. Not a fan of sewing a sleeve into an armhole? Then this is the perfect project for you! The raglan sleeve has gently curved seams that fit together easily and are a breeze to sew!

Class sessions will be recorded and remain accessible online to registered students of the class for 4 weeks following the event.

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Description

We’ll start by taking some body measurements and comparing them to the pattern. Jenn will share easy fit adjustments to achieve your perfect fit. Play with two different colored knits for a classic color blocked look, or work with a single color. Jenn will show you how to finish the neckline and hem with a knit band. Bonus, learn how to make an easy cuff finish for the sleeves that double as mittens or a kangaroo pocket to keep your hands warm on your next cool weather walk

Special skills or knowledge needed to take this class:
Must know how to use your sewing machine or serger

A Kit is Required for this class
Follow this link to purchase your kit for $9.99-14.99:
Order Print Version before December 30, 2021. After Dec 30 purchase PDF Version of the Raglan Sleeve Top
https://jsterndesigns.com/product/easy-fit-and-sew-raglan-sleevetop-downloadable-pdf/

Supply List
• Pre-washed Knit Fabric with 25% Stretch (Please see sizing and yardage requirements in the Pre-Class PDF)
• 1 spool of thread to match fabric if you’re using your sewing machine
• 4 cones of thread to match your fabric if you’re using your serger
• Sewing Basics: Needles, Thread, Sharp scissors, Notebook, Pen or pencil with eraser, Tape measure, Seam ripper, Pins

Light pre-class work

Additional information

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Main Technique

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Lise W.
Really good class

Jen went over all the sewing instructions for both sergers and sewing machines. She had a variety of garments that she had made of different knits so we could see how they worked with more or less stretch. She also included one garment that ended up not working on her body that she showed, which is really nice when you are not sure why something may or may not be working for yourself.