Added Dec 11, 2012
Sew it on! if your jacket has lining, do not sew in the lining. Push the lining a bit more in the sleeve so it doesn't get caught by the needle! after sewing the cuff on,pull the lining down, turn the sleeve on right side, adjust the edge of cuff inside between sleeve and lining, and then sew on right side of the cuff, about 1 cm on sleeve, carefully so that all of that is sewn inside between lining ad sleeve.be sure that you leave enough lining to finish insides with hand stitch, so leave about 1,5 cm of lining and then hand stitch the lining to cuff. fold in a 0,5 cm of lining inside the cuff while hand stitching so you have your cuff nicer finished later, and it will be nice done from inside as well as outside.
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