12. Lower arm: For lower arm, measure around the arm at desired level corresponding to lower edge of sleeve. 13. Elbow circumference: Measure around the arm at elbow. 14. Wrist: Measure around the wrist.
Although cuff styles vary according to the garment design, any cuff will basically be one of Attaching two piece gusset A cuff can have a placket opening or be loose-fitting with no opening A casing sewed at the sleeve edge can be selffaced or it can be separately applied A double binding applied to a sleeve edge givea a decorative finish to the sleeve A self-hemmed edge is a simple sleeve finish. A facing can also be used 174 two general types. The first type cuff without placket can be used on both long and short sleeves, and is made large enough around for the hand or arm to slip in end out easily without a cuff-and-placket opening. The second type cuff with placket of cuff is generally attached to a long sleeve and, different from the first type, requires a cuff-and-placket opening fastened snugly around wrist.