Added Nov 9, 2010
Turn in armhole edges on main fabric and lining and pin together at the side seam with a straight pin. Reach from below, between main fabric and lining, pull out each armhole edge, and stitch main fabric and lining together, from seam number 5 to seam number 6, right sides facing. Trim seam allowances and clip at ends of seams. Push armhole edge in place again. Press edge. Baste remaining edges of armholes together, without turning in. Baste lining to back slit edges and to lower edge of bodice.
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