Several people have posted that they had trouble with the sleeve trim on the 0191 Blouse. Here is what I did – it was really easy, and has the added bonus of adding a little bias trim at this point, which I thought was a little plain compared to the rest of the blouse. (You could easily do the same thing with a second piece of sleeve trim if you fabric is thin…)
First, stitch bias trim along upper edge of sleeve trim. Photo is an admittedly small sample, but you will find that the bias adapts very easily to the curve of the sleeve trim. Press and fold as shown in picture.
Second, place WRONG side of sleeve against the RIGHT side of the trim and stitch across the seam allowance.
Third, fold trim to RIGHT side of sleeve and press (Photo 3) Stitch “in the ditch” if you fabric will allow it – or hand stitch in place for authenticity.
This is how finished sleeve (muslin) will look: