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At one end of the strip stitch one of the snap fastener's pieces. The
other end of the strip - fix it on the shoulder line on the inside of
your garment, close to the edge, preferably to the seam allowance so
that the threads don't show on the outside.

On the garment stitch the other element of the snap fastener, on the shoulder line, to the inner seam allowance.

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    Jan 23, 2011, 09.30 PMby stuffit-1

    thanks for sharing this great idea!

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    Aug 18, 2010, 02.00 AMby smoothemeraldoasis

    I like this idea, thanks for sharing ;-)

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      Aug 18, 2010, 06.45 AMby magdamagda

      You’re welcome;-) Glad you like it!

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    Aug 11, 2010, 10.52 AMby luxihere

    We use this in Saree Blouse here in India. And also on fitting / deep necked salwar suits. Nice tutorial

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      Aug 11, 2010, 01.29 PMby magdamagda

      Yes I mentioned that in the intro:) Thanks!

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    Aug 3, 2010, 08.17 PMby stephiaffi

    That’s a great idea! Thank you! I hate it when my bra straps are showing. Will defintely be using this tutorial.

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      Aug 3, 2010, 08.25 PMby magdamagda

      I’m glad this helps:D

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    Aug 1, 2010, 11.14 PMby froglegs

    Good idea

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