Added Aug 17, 2009
Place the pattern on the fabric, both pieces on a fold, and pin it to prevent it slipping while cutting the fabric. Make sure the direction of the greatest stretch is across the front-pieces (the rib, if there is any, should end up as vertical lines, not horizontal).
Cut the fabric. If you didn’t add any seam-allowance in step one, do so now.
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