This robe was made using a pattern I drafted myself. However, I still think it has a place here because a shape like this, ankle length and flared, is something I see all the time in ladies’ and sewing magazines from the late 1940’s and 1950’s. And those can have any kind of sleeve, set-in, kimono or raglan, like mine.
My robe has wide, deeply set raglan sleeves which are gathered into long jersey cuffs. The robe itself is made from a fairly thin cotton toweling fabric with matching jersey for the facing, cuffs and belt.
It has pockets, patch pockets which were sewn from the inside so there is no visible topstitching (I made a tutorial for those.
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