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Fold the sleeves lengthwise, the right side inside. Stitch the sleeve seams (seam 6). Neaten the allowances altogether and press towards one side. Bunch the lower sleeve edge (according to the text and drawing no. 11) to the width of the cuff.
Pin the sleeve cuffs onto the lower sleeve edge (seam 7), and stitch. Press the allowances inside the cuff. Fold and press the allowances of the other long edge (a).
Fold the cuff along the fold line, the right side inside. Stitch the narrow sides on top of each other. Trim allowances, cut the corners diagonally. Fold the cuff along the fold line inside, then pin along the seam. Press. Stitch all edges narrowly on the right fabric side, thereby stitching the inner half along the seam (b).
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