Added May 12, 2008
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Fold sleeve lengthwise, right sides inwards. Baste sleeve seams (seam 4) and stitch. Trim allowances, neaten altogether, fold and press inwards towards the back piece.(a)
Fold and baste sleeve hem, press. Stitch bottom sleeve edge using a twin needle approximately 1” (2.5 cm) wide, baste the seam simultaneously. (b)
Pin the sleeves onto the armhole right sides facing. 3 points are essential for the fit of the sweater when you apply the sleeves: = the notch 5 of the top sleeve and the front piece have to meet. Sleeve seams and side seams have to meet. The notch of the sleeve rounding has to meet the shoulder seam. Baste and stitch the sleeve from the view of
the sleeve side. Trim allowances, neaten altogether and press inwards into the sleeve. Stitch hem. ©
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