Raglan Pattern Tour: Peekaboo Rainier Raglan

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Hello! Hope everyone is doing good this Friday - a day late post! I hope no one holds it against me, because i have a BONUS post for tomorrow which features another Rainier, as well!

Today is all about PeekaBoo Patterns Rainier Raglan! I asked to sew this one because I see Mt. Rainier on any sunny day when I drive to work! The first day I saw it after moving to Washington I thought is was some crazy War of the Worlds shit. Like I though the large thing in the distance was coming to destroy us. Turns out, it's a mountain. So that's good news.

The Rainier Raglan is a loose fit classic baseball shirt. It's cute and comfy and most notable, it's a great fit for those with longer / normal torsos. I added 3" just because I like my shirts to go below my pants line, however, this one didn't need that much! I could have easily sewn as is, or just added 1". You have no idea how rare it is to find a shirt that I don't have to lengthen. I am not even very tall. 5'6". But I suppose 4' of that is torso. haha

My neckline is a little wide because the striped fabric didn't have any lycra in it, so it's all cotton / mechanical stretch. 

I actually just paired these two fabrics from my stash and hoped it looked okay, turns out it's super cute! I'm a fan and so is Nick. My family had opinions about this floral, but bahh, look how cute it sews up into a contrasting raglan!

The construction on the Rainier is really straightforward. Amy uses clear photographs with contrasting fabrics to make the instructions a breeze. Pretty much once you've sewn one or two, they're constructed the same way. I'm focusing on the beginners who may need some extra assistance.

As you can see here, the sleeves are also relaxed. It's a nice contrast from all the banded raglans I've been sewing. This feels like I should have a kid, put them in baseball, sew this shirt with their number on the back, and go eat popcorn at their games. It feels very classic "true to baseball jerseys"  and sporty.

Who should sew the Rainier Raglan?
Anyone who likes a looser fitting top and anyone just jumping into knit projects. It's a very forgiving fit and the instructions are laid out clearly to assist in assembly. Plus, Amy provides finished garment and body measurements which is GREAT to help you plan your best size.

Amy has generously offered 20% off the Rainier Raglan from now until February 29th! Anyone who likes Peekaboo patterns knows this is a big deal. A good sale price is rare with PAB after it's been released. So if you are looking for a good staple raglan, you should definitely consider the Rainier!
The code is ARTOFOH and will get you 20% off the Rainier until Feb 29th.

Printable pattern pages/copy shop version
Printable pattern pages
Skill Level
Measurements for Rectangles
Line Drawings
Size made
Small 34-27-37
Options choosen
Regular / 3/4 length sleeves
Fabric Requirement for your size
3/4 body
2/3 for sleeves
Measurement Chart
Yes, body and finished garment
Cutting Instructions
Pattern Printing Layout
Yes, printed on pieces
Cutting Layout
Suggested Fabrics
Knits with at least 25% stretch
Layer Printing Option
Neck Line Options
Scoop neck
Sleeve Options
Short / 3/4 / Long
Hem Options
Color Blocking
Seam Allowance
Hem Allowance
Separate add-on pack
Loose and comfy
Easy to read instructions
Drawing or photograph instructions


  1. I really love the loose fit on the neckline for this one. Its so comfy looking. Might have to add it to my "to do."

  2. You look beautiful, miss. Love your floral/stripe combo!!