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1  How to finish armholes without completely hand-sewing? in Costumes: Discussion and Questions by futureHawes on: October 13, 2013 04:10:04 PM
Hi!

I'm making a steampunk-style reversible vest for an ex-coworker for their Halloween costume, and I'm kind of confused as to how to finish the armholes on the vest without hand-sewing them entirely. The pictures below illustrate how much I've put together so far. The bottom is still left open and un-sewed, as are the armholes, but the whole top and sides have been sewn up.




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