- Cut off the original sleeves from the tee.
- Cut open the sleeve.
- Use the sleeve as a pattern and place on top of leather.
- Using the chalk, trace around the sleeve onto the leather fabric. Don't forget about seam allowance.
- Cut out along the marked line. Set the thread tension loose and the stitch length longer.
- Sew the straight edges of sleeve together right sides facing each other. The wrong side shouldn't stick to the feeds.
- Turn the sleeve right side out and clip to the armhole of the tee. Make sure the tee is on the wrong side. You want right sides facing each other.
- Sew the sleeve onto the armhole.
- You can hem the sleeves or leave it with a raw edge. I felt like the sleeves were too long so I shortened them.
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