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Trim allowances along the armholes to ½” (1 cm) width.
Position the bias strips on the armhole, right sides facing, and pin. Stitch ¼” (0.7 cm) wide along the armhole edge. (a)
Turn the bias strips inside the armholes, over the seam line, and press.
Position the front and back pieces together, right sides facing. Pin the side seams (seam numbers 3 / 6) and stitch. Neaten allowances and press apart. (b)
Fold the bias strips over the edge to the inside, fold again and pin. On the right side of the fabric, stitch along the seam line, enclosing the bias strips. ©
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