The Lane Raglan by Hey June

A raglan tee with fitted sleeves, a wide neckband, and the option to add a hood or thumbholes.

Pattern: The Lane Raglan
Designer: Hey June
Categories: Long-Sleeved Shirt, Raglans
Difficulty: Beginner
Recommended Fabrics: French Terry, Jersey, Sweatshirt Fleece
required fabric: 11/2 to 23/4 yards
Sizes: XS - XXXL
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Description

Who doesn't love a raglan tee? A good mix of casual and sporty, raglan tees have been a standby for in both men and women's wardrobes for decades. Even better? It just so happens that a raglan tee is an easy foray into sewing. Hey June has taken the current standby up a notch by creating a raglan tee for women that has fitted sleeves, gentle shaping through the torso, and a wider neckband. You can wear this top to your weekly softball league and be the best dressed gal on the field. Or pair it with skinny jeans, flats and a leather jacket for an edgy look that transitions well into evening.

Pattern Previews

The Lane Raglan by Hey June Pattern Preview 1 | Indiesew.com
The Lane Raglan by Hey June Pattern Preview 2 | Indiesew.com
The Lane Raglan by Hey June Pattern Preview 3 | Indiesew.com

Pattern Details

Intended Paper Size: Letter (8.5in x 11in)
Number of Files Included: 2
Total Number of Pages: 56
Copy Shop Version Included: Yes
Pattern uses layers to select size: Yes

Pattern Size Chart (inches)

SizeXSSMLXLXXLXXXL
High Bust3133 1/235 1/23840 1/24345
Hip3436 1/238 1/2414345 1/248

Finished Garment Measurements (inches)

SizeXSSMLXLXXLXXXL
Bust/FBA32/3434.5/36.737/39.339.7/4242.2/44.544.7/4747.5/49.7
Waist32 1/234 1/236 1/238 1/240 1/242 1/244 1/2
Hip3537 2/539.74244 2/546.749

Fabric Required (yards)

SizeXSSMLXLXXLXXXL
Banded Hem1 1/21 1/21 1/21 1/21 1/222
Curved Hem2222222
Hood 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4

Recommended Fabrics

Required Tools

  • Sewing Machine
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Pins
  • Measuring Tape
  • Fabric Scissors

Optional Tools

  • Serger
  • Rotary Cutter and Mat

Required Supplies

  • Ballpoint Needle

Optional Supplies

  • Spray Starch

Additional Notes

This PDF pattern includes all pattern pieces and step-by-step instructions with illustrations. This file was updated on 2/26/16 with a new, improved fit and pattern piece for those desiring an FBA. Learn more here.

Love this pattern! The crossover hood is my favorite! I've also sewn several short sleeved ones for the gym.


I've made at least 5 of these, I have lost count. I love this pattern although I did have to make a few adjustments. I shortened the sleeve by about 4 inches, and I am 5 foot 4 inches so, my only criticism is that I think the sleeves are a bit long, but that is an easy adjustment. This has a flattering fit, not too fitted, but just enough to give me some shape. I definitely recommend it. Also has a built in FBA, which I didn't need, but very handy as I think an FBA for a raglan would be slightly more challenging.



Great raglan tee pattern. I graded between sizes as I always have to do for my pear shape. Its such a quick make and I love the fit.


Depending on the fabric, the sizes could run a bit big. I used the ribbed jersey fabric from IndieSew, which the drape worked well for here. Very comfy shirt and it's perfect for just hanging out.



Easy to cut and easy to sew. Instructions are easy to follow.


The neckline banding was a challenge for me, following the pattern given. I ended up doing it my way, which ends up with a wider neck (almost boat-necked).

Not sure if the sizing i chose was too big for me, but the sleeves didnt fall nicely. I will make another piece with 1 size down, hopefully it'll be a better fit.


This was my first experience with using a PDF pattern and the instructions provided all I needed to know in order to successfully print, tape-up, and use my first PDF pattern.



Love this pattern, will definitely make more for my wardrobe :)


there are various steps you can take to ease up the pattern complexity (neckband and hem and cuffs is probably the easiest version, and the shirtail hem, hood and thumbhole cuff would be the most complex version). This pattern is a reasonable expense at the copy shop if you prefer to print wide format.


Great pattern with many options!



Great pattern! It's comes together easily and fits great.




The fit of the lane is so good.


Love this pattern!


This is the Large/full bust, graded out to an XL on the front piece over the tummy and hips.





Love this pattern from Hey June. Easy to put together and sew!



Easy to assemble. Don't fear the thumbholes, the instructions are perfect!


The pattern is fairly easy to follow however the neck hole is a bit bigger than I expected.



One you've got this pattern down its quick and easy. Adjusted seam allowance to 5/8 on one for a more fitted shirt.


Great pattern! Size up for sweatshirt fit or down for a T. I see many of these in my future.


My main fabric did not have much stretch so the shirt is a little hard to pull on... But all in all a very clear and easy pattern perfect for any beginner!




Once I sorted out which sizes to cut, this pattern came together like a charm. I do think it could use a little more information on sizing, though, especially through the shoulders.