Added Oct 20, 2010
Additional or as an alternative You can
stitch precisely 1mm from the edge of Your
armscye. This depends on the look You
want to create and the stiffness Your seam
should have. The closer to the edge You
stitch the more elegant it will look like, but
the seam will have no stand. The wider You
go away from the edge with stitching You
will create a more and more sporty look, but
the seam will be firm and long lasting. In my
example I made two seams, which appears
sporty and quite stiff. Remember, I made the
tiny sample 50% to normal size, so in real
the seam would have a distance of 2cm to
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