Added Dec 26, 2008
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Collar. Note: The longest side of the collar gets attached to the bib. The shorter long side is the top of the collar. Take one interfaced and one non interfaced collar piece, right sides facing. Mark off the intersection of 5/8” seam allowance from the long side and center front. Starting from this intersection point, sew the short center front side. Then sew the top part of the collar. Trim the corner, turn, and press. Repeat for the other collar.
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