Added Jul 26, 2011
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You should now have the sleeves sewn one and the sides open. You can try the shirt on at this point to see if the sleeves sit well. Turn the shirt right sides together match up the side seams, starting at the edge of the sleeve You can stretch the sleeve a little so both the edges and the seams meet. The bottom seam of the sleeve and the side seam of the shirt will be sewn all in one continuous stitch.
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