Added Jun 25, 2012
New York, New Yo...
Flip the cuff up away from the sleeve and working from the outside pin the under cuff seam allowance so it covers the seam joining the cuff to the sleeve (refer to image one). Stitch in the ditch along this seam line from the right side, make sure you catch the seam allowance of the cuff on the inside of the sleeve. Work a buttonhole in the cuff (refer to image two). Match the the underarm points of the sleeve and the top and pin together (refer to image three). Stitch the sleeve to the top along the lower armhole seamline (refer to image four).
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This timeless style ties at the back and looks stunning at formal events
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