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   3. The sleeve-to-bodice seams are smooth and flat with no puckers,
       pleats, or ripples.
   4. Sufficient underarm reinforcement is used in fitted kimono sleeves to
       prevent them from ripping out during wear.
 
 
SLEEVE FINISHES   - The treatment of the lower sleeve edge is commonly
referred to as the sleeve finish.
 
Sleeve Plackets    - A placket is a finished opening that is used at the lower
edge of the sleeve in order to allow the sleeve to expand over the hand, yet
still maintain a comfortable fit at the wrist.
 
   1. Any points or corners are stitched securely with no fraying or holes.
   2. The placket is completely smooth with no gathers or ripples. The
       pleats of the pleated placket are evenly folded and smooth.
   3. The two sides of the placket are even in length.
   4.  If the placket overlaps, the overlap is on the portion of the sleeve
       closest to the center, lapping toward the outside of the arm.
   5. Portions of the placket do not roll outward to the right side of the
       sleeve.
   6. Tailored placket points are sharp and even.
 
Cuffs   - A cuff is constructed of a fabric band that finishes and/or decorates
the lower edge of the sleeve. A cuff is intentionally visible in the completed
sleeve.
 
   1. The cuff is interfaced for body and support. A rib stretch cuff is an
       exception.
   2. The ends of open band cuffs are identical in size and shape and are
       finished neatly.
   3. The edge of the cuff is smooth and flat with no seam ditches showing.
   4.  Any topstitching is even, straight, and in an appropriate stitch length.
   5. The seam allowance on a closed cuff is not visible where it joins
       itself.
   6. The inside of the cuff/sleeve seam is enclosed appropriately,
       according to garment design, fabric, and quality.
 

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