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Tips & Techniques > Securing jacket cuff lining

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Posted on: 4/25/10 3:05 PM
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Note: this must be done before setting the sleeves

1. Cut the lining about 1 -1.5" shorter than the cuff edge.

2. Line up edges and sew as instructed.

3. Firmly press.

4. Sew about 1" down from the seamline to secure the lining to the shell seam allowance.

5. Trim if necessary

6. Turn out and admire your work!

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gramurbahns said... (9/27/11 4:17 AM) Reply
Sorry, which seamline are we 1" down from-guess I missed something?
Kirstenw said... (4/26/10 1:16 AM) Reply
This is a tip that I need, please give me a longer explanation. Do you sew the lining to the jacket itself, or what is it that hold the lining in place?
 
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