Zoe Raglan without pleats
This pattern, without the pleats, seemed like a great basic raglan T-shirt to have in the stash. I made this up without a serger, just using the stretch stitches on my machine and overcasting stitches for finishing the seams. Even with a long torso, I did not have to add any length to this shirt. The dipped hem in front and in back are very flattering. The fabric I used was a little thin, which makes it seem very casual - this would be great in a thicker fabric or as a sweatshirt.
In order to make this without the pleats, I cut out the pattern piece with pleats, made all the pleat folds on the paper, and taped them down. Some of the pleat lines did not print on my PDF pattern - that's the only negative I have to report about this pattern.