I’m making dress B and I’m fine until I get to the Armholes/Bias Strips step. It says trim allowances at edges of arm holes 3/8". Am I supposed to cut off 3/8" around the armhole? Why didn’t the pattern just come that way?
If I am supposed to cut off 3/8", do I sew the next part (baste bias strips on edges of armholes) 5/8" from the edge of the original cut or from my new cut?
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