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Inserting set-in sleeve with nice "stand-up" sleeve head.

Technique Materials

I used polyester suede-type fabric

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    Sep 17, 2011, 08.12 PMby patti-r

    When trying to download it says the file is damaged.

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    Sep 14, 2010, 07.46 PMby ruthazel

    what wonderful instruction, thank you!

    I fully agree with Nora: it gets better al the time thanks to all the effort.

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    Oct 13, 2007, 08.41 AMby jj1

    Thank you so much, it’s very helpful. Your sleeve heads really look great.

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    Sep 20, 2007, 02.20 AMby lilo

    Thanks a lot once again for this great how-to! I can make a garment that looks decent enough to wear, but I still have to learn a lot about details. Except for how to change a gathered sleeve into a classical one I also learned from you that:

    1. I should put TWO gathering stitches around the sleeve head (and not only one);

    2. I should back arms too (and not only fronts, at least for certain fabrics that seem to gain from it);

    3. The strip of lambswool – trick, I had no idea about it or it’s function.

  • Noraabousteit4-1000x1000_large

    Sep 19, 2007, 03.36 PMby nora

    Thank you for this really useful How To! Our How To section gets better and better thanks to members like you!

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