Lane Raglan Dress

This might be one of the easiest projects ever! Maybe it would be easier if you just made this as a t-shirt, but I can’t wait to show you how simple this dress was!

For the fabric, I used a grey and white striped cotton/rayon blend from Mood 🙂 It’s super soft and I want to wear it all the time!

The Lane Raglan dress hack! I just lengthened the tshirt portion a few inches to make a dress!

STRIPES

Clearly, I’m obsessed. This photo isn’t even half of my collection. However, this dress is the first me-made stripe!

Lane Raglan Dress Hack - a few pieces of my stripe collection!

Apparently, I really love stripes by Gap and Forever 21….

Lane Raglan Hack

I only needed 4 pattern pieces to make the dress! The front, back, sleeve, and neck band! I used another dress to determine the extra length. I counted the stripes to make sure it was the same on both sides.

Laying out the pattern pieces. I lengthened the front and back pieces to make the dress!

After I cut it out, I think it took less than 2 hours to assemble. I did need to hem it more than I expected. I ended up not using the curved bottom and just keeping it straight across.

Lane Raglan Dress hack! Love everything about this little dress. Super comfy and easy to make!

 

My sewing machine kept eating the fabric when I tried to attach my tags… So I gave up on that 🙂 Maybe I’ll try again later…

I love how this fits! I’ll definitely be making another one soon.

The Lane Raglan with extra length to make a dress! It's super comfy :)

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