Added Aug 28, 2010
Salt Lake City, ...
Now, before you go pressing and sewing the shell’s vent extension to one side, let me warn you that I ALWAYS press the vent extension to the wrong side. If you’ve already done that, don’t worry, you may have got it right and in the event that you got it wrong, you’ve got a seam ripper. To prevent my pressing and stitching the vent extension to the wrong side of the skirt shell, I stitch up the lining first. You’ll do nearly the same thing that you did with the skirt shell to the lining. Take your back lining pieces and stitch the center back seam, right sides together, from notch to notch. Press seam open.
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