Added Feb 2, 2012
This is the part where you re-trace the newly altered pattern piece. That way you don't have to worry about the tape coming undone, or whatever. Since this one is a self-facing, this photo shows where I straightened the neckline using the original self facing as a reference. I then flipped it up and created the new self facing.
I hope that was helpful! If you want more plus-size sewing you can find me at http://peanutbuttermacrame.blogspot.com/
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