October 01, 2020

TGIFF - A New Slim Fit Raglan

 Welcome to Thank Goodness It's Finished Friday!! It's always fun to celebrate our finishes together 😊

I had intended to share my mini version of my Burst quilt today. You can see the top here. I got the yellow and orange burst units quilted quickly, but then I decided to do flow quilting in the background. It will look amazing...but it will take way more time than I had available to have it ready for this post, lol. I guess it will be a finish for next week.

Flow quilting | DevotedQuilter.com
Good thing I had a backup finish I could share for today! When I cut out the pieces for the Wee Lap Tees, I also cut the pieces for another Slim Fit Raglan for me. The pattern is from Patterns for Pirates.
Blue slim fit raglan | DevotedQuilter.com
These fabrics are both french terry, which is nice and soft and cozy feeling. I bought them to make my Constellation pullover last year and I just barely had enough to get a raglan out of what was left over. Once a scrap lover, always a scrap lover, whether quilting or garment sewing 😊

I had to add a seam up the back because I didn't have enough length to cut both the front and back on the fold. I decided to topstitch that seam, to help it lie flat. I was hoping that I wouldn't feel the seam down my back while wearing it and I'm happy to say I don't notice it at all.
blue slim fit raglan | DevotedQuilter.com
This is the neatest looking neckband I've sewn yet. It lies nice and flat when I'm wearing it, with no ripples. Yay for seeing improvements in skills!
blue slim fit raglan | DevotedQuilter.com
That's my finish, what's yours? Link up below so we can see and celebrate with you 😊 Be sure to visit some of the other links, too, to congratulate them on their finishes. As of this writing, next week's TGIFF party is still in need of a host. If you're interested, you can sign up here.

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3 comments:

  1. Thank you for hosting TGIFF. I am really loving the flow quilting and texture you are creating!

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  2. Good morning! Oh, I love the different quilting patterns you are using especially the burst treatment. The texture is going to feel SO nice when it's all complete. Thank you for hosting TGIFF today. Enjoy the weekend. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  3. Love the close ups of your quilting.

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