Hello sewists! I am really pleased to be releasing my second Skillshare video tutorial. It’s a great little project for this Boxy Raglan Top. The tutorial come with a FREE multi-size sewing pattern that you can download from the internet. Its available in UK sizes 8 – 26 (that’s US sizes 4-22)

This tutorial is perfect for beginners and intermediate sewers. The tutorial talks you through every step of the process from selecting the right fabric to cutting and assembling your top, including all the details like finishing the pretty side vents and using bias binding to create a lovely smooth neckline. This simple top can be made in SO MANY different fabrics that it will soon become your wardrobe staple!

Have a look at my class introduction. There are clear demonstrations and it is broken down into bitesize pieces so it all feels manageable. If you download the app, you can save the lessons offline, so you can listen when you’re out and about.


Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links because I think Skillshare is brilliant and if you want to find out how brilliant it is by signing up for a 3-month trial for a bank-breaking 78p (that’s $0.99,) I get a commission.

In case you missed my first post, Skillshare is a step-by-step learning platform that allows me to share MY skills with YOU online!  Anyone can join Skillshare to enrol in online classes, watch video lessons and create projects. There are over 15,000 classes available in creative subjects ranging from painting and cooking to writing, photography and technology.

You can browse Skillshare to see what’s available and access some of the free tutorials. Go Premium which allows you  unlimited access to the 15,000+ tutorials. And the best bit is that for a short period via this link you can get your first 3 months for 78p (that’s $0.99.)

There are also some other great sewing tutorials from well-known sewing bloggers and textile experts like Serger Pepper and Blackbird Fabrics, Victory Patterns and even Project Runway. Or maybe you fancy extending you horizons? There are knitter, quilters, chefs, artists…you name it! Explore here!