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Check out this lesson on how to sew an Invisible Zipper!
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The seam allow ane is 1/2" for the sleeve

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If you are referring to ease then yes, there is ease figured into the cap. If you needed to increase the sleeve cap and bicep circumference, as a matter of preference then you would increase the measurements from the chart accordingly for your draft.

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“How do I get started in the fashion industry?” Since my win on NBC's Fashion Star, this is the question I am most frequently asked.
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To be sure that your sleeve fits into your armhole., measure both the sleeve and the armhole then be sure that your sleeve measures a minimum of 1" larger, for cap ease. Depending on the fabric a 1 1/2" worth of ease on the sleeve is preferred but some materials like leather for example don't ease well so 1" works better.   

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We will be offering a video on our website, UniversityOfFashion.com, soon but in the meanwhile, here's one quick fix: Measure your bodice's armscyse and compare it to your total sleeve measurement. You should have a 1 -1 /4" difference on the sleeve for ease. To adjust, open the sleeve center up and either add or subtract, then reblend the sleeve cap. If you need to subtract the sleeve cap, be careful not create a smaller or large bicep. To avoid that, slash and spread the sleeve center pivoting it open from the sleeve hem. Why not join U of F to learn all about patterning? We are much more affordable than craftsy and other how-to sites. All of our lessons are taught by fashion college professors and industry pros! 

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yes, we have many lessons on all fashion design how-to subjects, visit our website at universityoffashion.com and become a member

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