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A sleeve pattern also has a lot of important information. There should be at least two notches on the cap of the sleeve. The one at the very top indicates where the sleeve meets the shoulder seam. There will also be a notch in the bottom front of the sleeve cap, which should match up with the front armhole notch when sewing. Occasionally, there are two notches directly next to each other in the back sleeve to indicate that it is the back of the sleeve cap, not the front. These notches are key if you want to make sure you insert the sleeve in the right direction! Once you have learned to read the marks on a pattern, you’re ready to start cutting out your pieces!

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    Jan 1, 2018, 02.57 PMby KatVilla

    I have looked all over the place and cannot find what each cutting line is on a plus-size pattern. Which line means size 48 and which line means size 52?

    Edit a day later: Hello? I really AM looking for this information. Where else can I ask this question and get a reply? I am just looking for the legend that illustrates the sizes indicated by the different lines in the pattern. I found one for regular sizes, but none for Plus Size patterns. Please help. Thank you.

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    Dec 25, 2009, 10.16 PMby Syl .

    Hi I am not sure what all these different edge lines indicate…?

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      Jun 6, 2013, 06.26 PMby babyizblue

      Each different edge line corresponds to a different body size.

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