Added Jul 26, 2011
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Put the two men's shirt sleeves on top of each other, right sides together. Make sure they are even. You will only need one pattern sleeve. Lay it on top of the other two, matching up the bottom edges, and cut around it. If the sleeve is not symmetrical, remember which side attaches to the front of the shirt. It's usually the one with the fatter curve. The two sleeve pieces you end up with should be mirror images of each other.
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