Lane Raglan Pattern Giveaway from Hey June

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posted by jess

Are you ready for our first Spring Top Sewalong Giveaway? Adrianna Appl over at Crafterhours (remember her from the KNITerviews?) is the designer behind Hey June Handmade Patterns. She has generously donated a PDF copy of her Lane Raglan pattern to one lucky winner today!

Hey June Lane Raglan

Notice how knits are such a big deal these days? Aren’t you glad Rae did a whole KNITerview series on the blog earlier this year to prepare you for all the fun challenges involved in sewing knits? I couldn’t believe the selection of knit fabrics when I was at Joann’s the other day to pick up some, ahem, essentials (see how I’m posting hopeful fabric in the Flickr Pool? You should too!).Β But anyway, you probably wanna just see the pattern you could win.


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To give you an idea of what you can do with this pattern, check out Melissa Esplin’sΒ Lane Raglan with a kangaroo pocket;Β it looks so comfy and stylish!

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Thanks for the pattern Adrianna, and good luck everyone!

Spring Top Sewalong 2014 is underway! Read more here; and add your photos to the Flickr Pool!

To be entered in the drawing, leave ONE comment on this post by TOMORROW at 8 AM EST (Tuesday, April 15). One winner will be randomly selected, contacted via email, and will receive a PDF copy of the Lane Raglan pattern from Hey June Handmade as aΒ digital, downloadable pattern by email. Void where prohibited by law.

292 thoughts on “Lane Raglan Pattern Giveaway from Hey June

  1. I would love to win this- I am desperately in need of some new tops for myself and this would certainly give me the push I need!

  2. This pattern would help me tackle a couple of my sewing fears – sewing for myself and sewing with my serger which has been sitting in the box since Christmas!

  3. be still my heart… oh how i love raglan sleeves! always have, always will. that looks like a really good-fitter, too. thanks for the chance!

  4. seems like the perfect pattern to use for my first knit piece. thanks for the giveaway!

  5. Such a cute basic! I would LOVE to make this knit top! Knits are my favourites!! I’m actually more worried when I see wovens than knits!

  6. That’s sooo nice!
    I like the slim shape of the raglan and have a wonderful new organic knit fabric for sewing it!

    I hope…… ❀️

  7. Looks like a great pattern! I’m just starting to play with knits so would love to win this!! πŸ˜€

  8. I have tried and tried to draft a pattern myself from clothing that (sort of) fits. And I haven’t gotten it right yet. I could REALLY use this pattern!

  9. I love that mint color! I’ve yet to make any clothing for myself, so I’d love to try. πŸ™‚ Thanks for the giveaway!

  10. Lovely pattern. I’d love this. I’ve been into sewing with knits for about a month or two thanks to the kniterviews and crafterhours. Thanks.

  11. Just wanted to say thank you to Jess for stepping in for Rae while she tends to Hugo. You’re doing a great job and it is appreciated. I posted three pics in the Flickr tops folder. Please, no need to add me to the list for this pattern. I already have this awesome Lane Raglan pattern from HJ. Thank you again.

    • Thanks, Cindy! You can probably tell I’m having lots of fun doing this, but of course I love the shout out. πŸ™‚

  12. Now that I have gone through your kniterview series I bet I could actually make that!!! Thank you for the chance!

  13. I love this shirt! I’ve been wanting to try to sew something other than little kids clothes for a while, this looks like a fun one to start with πŸ™‚ thanks for the chance to win!

  14. I had this baseball style tee way back in high school that I just loved. It was so comfortable, fit great, and then I wore it to pieces. Maybe I could remake an old favorite with this pattern!

  15. I have been wanting this pattern since it came out, I’m in love with regal an sleeves right now. I love all those cute examples you posted!

  16. Oh fun! I’m really trying to make time for some selfish sewing and this pattern would be great!

  17. That looks a really nice pattern, and something that I would wear. Thank you for the generous giveaway!

  18. Wow this pattern is gorgeous, I have a design for a burnout stripe top (for anyone who has seen the Veronica Mars movie!) and those raglan sleeves would be a perfect match.

  19. Oooh! Pick me pick me! I’ve been making little ones for my son and friends’ children and would love to get on board for myself. So retro, so cool!

  20. I would love to try this pattern! New to sewing and getting overwhelmed, but find this blog extremely helpful, thanks! πŸ™‚

  21. Wow, I like this pattern would love to sew up some raglan tees for myself! Thanks for the chance

  22. I would love this pattern as winter is approaching here and this will fill a gap in my wardrobe.

  23. So far all my sewing has been for my kids, but I started sewing for me and all I have so far are skirts. I guess I need to start sewing some of these tops!

  24. I love the look and versatility of this pattern! And I have been on a sewing spurt and would love to make one…or five πŸ™‚

  25. What luck! I have been putting off buying this pattern for no good reason. Now, a chance to win it shows the payoff if procrastination.

  26. Ooh I’d love to win this pattern! I’ve been sewing lots of knits recently & would love a raglan sleeve pattern. Thanks for the giveaway!

  27. So glad I found Hey June! I struggle doing necklines, and her kniterview made it seem so easy!

  28. Ooh, ooh! I love the pattern, especially that there is an XS size. I’d love to try making this with my new serger!

  29. Love Adrianna’s pattern! I haven’t dared to make any clothes for me yet, but this would be a great push. Melissa posted a great maternity shirt from this pattern too!

  30. Would love to try this! These are my “uniform” and I’d love to make a few instead of giving gap/target all my money. πŸ™‚

  31. Just started an imitation using a Burda pattern today….the inspiration pattern would be nice though, as a back up .Happened to come across it yesterday, and got right on it!

  32. I have had my eye on this pattern for awhile but have been too cheap to buy it! I would love to win!

  33. What a cute pattern! I would love to try my hand at sewing a spring top out of this. Thanks for the giveaway!

  34. I have been eyeing this pattern and think it’s pretty great! Who doesn’t love a raglan tee?!

  35. I’ve been eyeing this pattern for a while now – but had to wait til I wasn’t pregnant anymore. Now I’d love to have it!

  36. I LOVE that pattern and I have some beautiful knit fabric I bought at MOOD fabric in new York 6 YEARS AGO that would be perfect!

  37. I’ve been eying this pattern for a while now. Trying not to buy anything for a while. πŸ™

  38. this pattern would be so amazing to have!! been trying to branch out to knits and a bit scared…this could be the beginning of a whole new wardrobe πŸ™‚

  39. What an awesome pattern! This could easily be my first knit pattern. Thanks for the chance to win!

  40. I am still a bit reluctant to work with knits. I’ve made two t shirts with interlock for my daughters and much as I love the look of all these fabrics and patterns I probably will avoid knits for a bit. If I win this pattern, I’ll have to take back all of the above and give it a whirl.

  41. I generally steer clear of knits but would get over the fear by making a hundred of these! Loooove this pattern, thanks for the opportunity!

  42. I’d love to win this pattern! Thanks, I’m looking forward to sewing a couple new tops this week!

  43. I was just thinking about getting this pattern. I’ve tried making raglan tops before and they never turned out right.

  44. I just bought (boooo…) a raglan tee and my husband commented multiple times that I looked cute… I need to make more! πŸ˜‰

  45. wow totally need a good t-shirt pattern for me!!! I have to start sewing for myself!!!

    thanks for the chance!

  46. I just bought knits from Girl Charlee to make my first knit tops for my daughter & myself…so I would love to win this!!

  47. One can never have too many patterns for themselves!! I would LOVE to add another one to my TINY collection of patterns for myself!

  48. This pattern is on my spring sewing list! I would love to win a copy but plan on purchasing it either way!

  49. That top looks so comfy! Thanks for the chance to win. Would love the pattern!! Congrats Rae on the sweet little one πŸ™‚

  50. Looks like a fun and easy pattern. Since I learned to sew with Knits I will never buy a t-shirt again.

  51. Love Melissa’s kangaroo pocket! I have a similar top from Gap that I want to reproduce, and this is a must have pattern! Thanks for sharing! πŸ™‚

  52. Looks like the perfect raglan really nice, I see it in wool as a running and hiking sweater as well as a normal day with a skirt going to uni working in the lab.
    This sew along is just what I needed to get some inspiration for separates, it’s wonderful of you to host it, thank you.

  53. I like making raglan tops for my son so why not try one for me, they do look comfortable and these days trying to keep up w the kids I’m all about comfort. Thanks for the chance to win.

  54. hi! i would love to work with this pattern πŸ™‚
    thank you for all the great information and patterns! πŸ™‚

  55. What a great pattern! Looks like something i would wear all the time! If i could get myself to finally confront my fear of knits πŸ˜‰

  56. Lovely pattern. My goal is to wear all handmade tops this summer! Thanks for the giveaway.

  57. Perfect for updating my spring wardrobe and exactly what I was searching for. I would love to win the pattern. Greetings from Germany! Nicole

  58. I just bought my first stash of knits and a serger! I would love to start with a fun knit pattern. Thanks for the opportunity.

  59. Got my new sewing machine 2 weeks ago and I’ve had sewing dreams every night ever since….Would love to have a pattern to try it out.

  60. What a great pattern, one that would me made a million times over. I need this in my life! Thanks for the chance to win one! Much love x

  61. This looks like such an awesome pattern if you just start to get into knit-sewing (like me). Easy and I already have so many ideas for color combos.

  62. I love the idea of making more of my “all the time” clothes. This pattern looks to be a great start! Thanks for featuring it and putting it on my radar.

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