Where did this split shoulder trend come from? I’m not a fan. I think it’s tacky. But all I can think is, how cool would that look with a big pop of color instead of a hole?
Then pin to the other side of the seam and stitch it on.
On both ends, pleat the extra fabric where the seam meets and sew in place.
That’s it! Your seam is filled!
So, when all the split shoulder shirts and dresses make their way to the clearance section when cooler weather arrives (they will don’t worry), pick one up and fill it in!