Added Mar 3, 2011
Millburn, New Je...
For the pea coat look, the optional cuff can be added when you are assembling the sleeve. 1.Measure the folded width of your sleeve. 2. Mine was about 5", so I cut out 4 strips of fabric that were 5" in length and 2 3/8" in width. With right sides facing, I sewed them together, trimmed the corners, and then flipped them out and topstitched along the edge. 3. Place the cuff about 2" from the end of the sleeve (you will need a little space for finishing the sleeve) and pin in place. 4. Sew up the sleeve along with the end of the cuff. Once the jacket is done, you can secure it to the sleeve with a button.
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