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Press, but do not iron, the band upwards. Finish by serging or using an overedge stitch. You can also finish jersey with 2 rows of zig zag or two rows of straight stitching. Use this technique for the soon to be posted t-shirts you've all been waiting for! And try it out on any other projects, maybe even in some unexpected places!

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    Nov 10, 2015, 06.50 PMby faeeza

    Fantastic post. Thanks for sharing!

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    Oct 3, 2010, 05.11 AMby ruthazel

    Thank you so much for this very instructive project.

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    Sep 2, 2010, 01.54 AMby kelepso

    If you can’t find a rib knit fabric, is it just as easy to use the same knit the shirt is made from? If not, what other fabric would you just?

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