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Butterick 3324
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Subject: Butterick 3324 Lost instructions need help Date: 8/25/13 1:13 AM

Does anyone have this pattern? I lost the instructions. I can figure everything out except how they want you to create the opening at the bottom of the sleeve. It isn't your normal continuous lap. It looks like a dart.
I can wing it but thought I would check with PR members first.


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Date: 8/26/13 7:46 AM

Is this the oop Evan Picone jacket? If so I have a copy. I would be glad to copy the directions but am leaving for work. PM me if you would like them.

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Date: 8/26/13 9:43 AM

Sorry to say it isn't the Evan Picone jacket. It is a OOP oversized blouse pattern, but thanks for asking.

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Date: 8/26/13 10:36 AM

Don't have the pattern.

Is it the sleeve/cuff opening style that treats the bottom edge of the sleeve like a tight mini v neck opening with a facing?

Or possibly the openings with the straight cut into the lower sleeve with a bias type finish that starts at the bottom of one side, goes all the way up the cut - then the cut is opened to allow the bias type finish to go down the other side.

Oh, and now I remember a sleeve with an unsewn dart type opening. If it is that style, you can clip at either marking for attaching at the ends of the cuff. Finish the fabric edge/seam allowance for the short little length before attaching the sleeve to the cuff. If this is it, reinforce at the top of the two clips (before clipping). And you may want some light interfacing or stay tape in the short length of seam allowance at the base of the 'unsewn dart'.

If it is the last style with an 'unsewn dart-like' feature you may want to switch to a slit and faced opening.

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I have no idea what Apple thought I was saying so be a Peach and credit anything bizarre to auto correct.

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