...i ALWAYS make sure that I return ALL pattern pieces and instruction sheets to it's rightful envelope after a project is completed. I HATE LOSING PATTERN PIECES. So just before starting to neatly fold Vogue 9204 to put it away, I thought "you know you like this top enough to make another one - why not go ahead and do it now and keep this sewing thing moving".
So I pulled out my trusty Power Sewing Step-By-Step reference book.
I've used Betzina's "Trick of the Trade" method of removing excessive sleeve cap ease numerous times, especially when installing knit sleeves. I love this method, and the times that I didn't use it, I regretted. I know that there are other methods, but this one has worked for me.
So my next project is all CUT and ready to go for the next sewing session, that's the way I like it.
Inquiring minds would like to know - How Do You Deal with Excessive Sleeve Cap Ease???
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