|Shoulder Seam line - |
| 1. The shoulder seam appears as a straight line from the side neck base |
to the armscye line at the shoulder joint. ,
| 2. The shoulder seam line divides the neck, shoulder, and arm into|
| 3. The shoulder seam line is inconspicuous from the front and the back. |
| 4. The shoulder seam lies close to the body without strain at any point |
along its length.
|Shoulder Blade and Chest Area - |
| 1. The shoulder blade and chest areas have horizontal and vertical grain |
lines that lie parallel and perpendicular to the floor.
| 2. The blade and chest areas lie smoothly against the body between the |
| 3. Adequate ease around the upper body allows the arms to move |
comfortably without strain at the shoulders or armscyes.
| 4. If shoulder pads are used, they should be inconspicuous and smoothly |
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