Added Jun 25, 2012
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Open the shoulder seam about 3/4" by cutting a few stitches. Prepare another bias strip and stitch to the sleeve opening edge starting at the opening you created at the shoulder seam (refer to image one). At the shoulder seam pin the edge right sides together and stitch opening closed (refer to image two). Press open (refer to image three). Using a sewing needle hand stitch the seam allowance to the bias (refer to image four).
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