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I´ve been trying to make my own shirt as a bit of relaxation, and am having problems to get the back of the shoulder right. Its not so easy fitting yourself, because you can´t just pull the cloth a bit here and there to see how it looks.
Anyway I would be very grateful if you could have a look at the pictures and give me your opinion of what could be done better.
The sleeve is temporarily attached at the moment, with just one seam, so it is puffing up a little, however I don´t think that is the real problem.

https://img512.imageshack.us/my.php?image=shirt10001xo2.jpg
https://img512.imageshack.us/my.php?image=shirt20001lt2.jpg

Many thanks

Rob
 

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Good luck with that! They say the first time is always the hardest. Just think, you second one will be much easier
Actually, this is the third! The first two were, how can I put this? Learning experiences, particularly the second, on which everything that I could do wrong, I did. I think I had to sew the right arm on 3 times. My sewing skills are improving slowly, but my seam unpicking skills are way ahead :)

Thanks for your wishes.

Rob
 
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