I’m trying to get rid of these puffy sleeves on this vintage top—and found a blog post tutorial by Wearing It On My Sleeves on how to do so but I am confused by the 2nd step—does anyone know how the angle is determined? Or how much to cut off so that it will fit in the arm hole?
Here is the link to the blog post—http://www.wearingitonmysleeves.com/2011/08/diy-revival-getting-rid-of-puffy.html
Thanks so much!
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