Added Nov 22, 2010
Sew slowly and carefully down the seam allowance, towards the sleeve seam, as per your pinning. Take care not to allow the fabric to slip. Your end point should again be 1.5cm from the corner of the gusset, matching the join of the sleeves. Once you reach that point, backstitch and cut your thread.
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