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from BurdaStyle

How to Measure an Armhole

Exactly what I use; love it! How to Measure an Armhole. Tool: http://sacurveruler.wordpress.com/2014/04/03/new-contact-for-sa-curve-products/

from The Craftsy Blog

Sew Like a Pro: How to Finish Armholes With Bias Strips

How to Finish Armholes With Bias Strips: Stay stitch @1cm; Fold 3cm bias strip in half; Line up with stay stiching line @1cm; Sew at 1.5cm SA; Result = 0.5cm overlap of bias binding into SA; Fold into garment; Trim SA bulk; Stitch right-side of armhole at 0.9cm to catch bias underneath. THEN sew side seam at end.

Quick Curved Seams Tutorial ~ pretty much the easiest method I've seen (obviously - if you're are sewing pieced curves, you'll need to be certain your SA is accurate)

Sewing Drunkard's Path Curves - video (see tutorial/post here: http://shecanquilt.blogspot.co.uk/2011/12/sewing-curves-is-not-hard-seriously.html) Tutorial + video by: http://shecanquilt.blogspot.co.uk/2011/12/sewing-curves-is-not-hard-seriously.html

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Quilted pouch and bag + Cathedral window quilt bag (Ulla's Quilt World)

Ullas Quilt World: Quilted pouch and bag + Cathedral window quilt bag with lace in the windows So cute - denim -looks like the quick cathedral windows pattern with raw edges that's been popular recently bolsos,Carteras,