If your fabric doesn't have clear right/wrong side consider marking it to avoid confusion.
Take your time with this step.
Slowly topstitch,you may find it easier to just use the hand wheel and not your foot pedal.
There may be a few tiny tucks at the bottom of the split,they won't be that visible-I promise!
Pin and baste one side of the placket towards the wider side of the sleeve edge.
If you are sewing with a stretch woven you can skip this step and stretch the sleeve to fit.
Make sure the sleeve plackets are towards the back.
Neaten the seam.
Ready to hem......
This step is very important for an accurate finish.
Folding it in stages helps create the perfect curved hem.
You may find it easier to interface after pre-folding-I do!
Check the cuff size on your child particularly if you are sewing for a chubby baby!
It can be helpful to sew on the inside.
This is my method to make the cuffs-the pattern has different instructions,choose which one suits you.
I shan't mind,I promise!
Fold the seam allowance of the cuff towards the cuff piece.
Fold the other edge making a mitred corner to create a neat finish.
Is it mine Mummy?
All that snappiness in the size of a shoebox.
I stick mine on with clear tape and then sew them on the machine.
One seriously cute,very professional looking shirt.
Surely you have a little person that deserves one of these?
The End he he he.