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    #31
    Thanks for the info, Joe (and the illustration). Seems like that shouldn't be too hard to pull off, actually. If I had to guess, the process goes something like this:
    > Turn the shirt inside-out
    > Mark where you want the new stitch to be with a wax tailor's pencil
    > Use a seam ripper to take out the old stitches (or if you're taking a whole lot of fabric out, that probably isn't even necessary)
    > Learn how to use a sewing machine
    > Stitch on the lines you marked with the sewing machine
    > Cut away excess fabric?
    My measurements, for context--> Body Type: Slim/Skinny |​ Weight: 175 lbs | Height: 6'1" | Neck: 16” | Chest: 40” | Waist: 33.5” | Shoulder: 18.75” | Sleeve: 35.5” | Bicep: 12.75” | Wrist: 6.75”

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      #32
      That's basically it. I would just suggest having a second person help you mark/pin your shirt while you have it on.

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