Added Apr 22, 2011
Since this technique involves folding under the neckline seam allowance, you’ll need to provide a little extra fabric in the seam allowance so it lies smoothly.
On the front and back pattern pieces, angle the shoulder seam out about 5/8″ at the neckline seam line.
Construct the t-shirt as you would normally, angling out the shoulder seam at the neckline.
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