The basic pattern comes with a traditional hem, curved hem, or a banded hem option. It can have cuffed long sleeves, 3/4 length sleeves or short sleeves. It has a little triangular patch at the centre of the neckline as an option or elbow patches. Personally I haven’t tried those add ons yet. I think it looks super cute without them.
There is also an add on pack available (sold separately). I haven’t tried any of these add ons either so I can’t speak from personal experience as to how easy they are to put together, but there are some interesting options I would love to try some day. The add on pack includes 2 hood options (regular and cross-over) 2 pocket options (inseam and kangaroo) 2 collar options (cowl neck and funnel collar), a ruffle hem and thumb holes.
This Jolly Rodger Raglan is by far the easiest t-shirt pattern I have sewn. A nice design element of a raglan style top is you can make the main body of the shirt one colour and the sleeves a different colour. Yes technically you can do that with any t-shirt pattern, but the sleeve is set at a different angle which makes it look neat. This is definitely the easiest t-shirt pattern I have made!