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« on: December 19, 2008 09:27:59 PM »

I know I saw somewhere here where someone had added long sleves to a onesie they had embellished.

I want to do that and wondered exactly how I would go about it.  I'm using cotton to match an applique I did on the onesie.  Should I sew it to the end of the short sleeve at the sleeve's hem or to the seam allowance of the shoulder?

How did you determine how wide and long the sleeve should be?


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