When I first learned to sew, my favorite projects were upcycling old clothing. I found it to be an easier and sustainable way to sew rather than starting from scratch every time. This project is a refashioned t-shirt raglan I initially designed for my kids when we lived in Colorado. They grow up so fast that by the time they were ready to wear that favorite t-shirt again, it was too small. Adding sleeves assures they can at least wear it through winter and spring. I also like to use it for a boxy fitted t-shirt and take in the sides along with it. Find a fun print or a bold color to create a one-of-a-kind look. Get the full tutorial on the Brother Sewing blog HERE including a video!