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Each of two openings in a garment through which the wearer puts their arms.
- ‘Areas on a knit garment where you want to eliminate stretch include: armholes, shoulder seams, waistlines, necklines and zippers.’
- ‘In the past I had donned an unflattering blue raincoat - a refuse-sack with armholes - and taken the famous ‘Maid of the Mist’ boat journey right up to the Falls, to experience first-hand the sheer force and power of the roaring cascade.’
- ‘When you like the way it fits the armhole, machine sew the ‘new’ sleeve in, refinish the edges, press and do the other sleeve in the same way.’
- ‘The tank top was black with orange stitching around the armholes and neck.’
- ‘I was trying to shove my head through an armhole.’
- ‘His head was poking through the armhole of his life jacket.’
- ‘Instead of sleeves, finish the armhole with a narrow facing.’
- ‘Its sleeves are 34.5 cm long and taper from about 25.75 cm wide at the armhole to about 11.25 cm wide at the cuff end.’
- ‘This bra also has two places in the back where you can adjust the shoulder straps to fit closer in, or farther apart, depending on the neckline / armholes of your shirt.’
- ‘They feature button down collars, center full button front, reinforced shoulder and armholes, shirt tail hem and wood-tone buttons.’
- ‘If the armhole is too high and the garment has a set-in sleeve, the fit can be adjusted as you sew.’
- ‘Like Malachi, Roxane was now wearing the style of clothing worn by the Tribe - in her case, a short deerskin dress with slits for armholes and leather moccasins on her feet.’
- ‘The Wicking Soccer Shirt is styled with a generous fabric cut, 1x1 rib-knit collar and raglan sleeves with piping at the armholes.’
- ‘Be sure to staystitch garment edges that might stretch, such as the neckline and armholes.’
- ‘The guy on the treadmill in front of me was muscle-bound, had a shaved head, and was wearing one of those tank tops with armholes cut down to his waist.’
- ‘Harper held her daughter's coat out for her with an affectionate smile, patiently helping her find the armholes.’
- ‘With an annoyed growl, I got to my feet, marched over, grabbed the shirt and tugged it on, first trying to pull the armhole over my head, but eventually remembering the proper sequence.’
- ‘Candy smiled and took off her shirt, and then tried to put her head through the head hole, but she found one of the armholes and decided to stick her head into it.’
- ‘A blouse was the most ambitious item we were taught to make - mine looked like a pillow case with armholes.’
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