I just saw Angie’s post about her stitch solution to keep sleeves scrunched. But sometimes the issue isn’t really wideness of the sleeve — it’s very lightweight and floppy fabric, and sometimes you want to scrunch a sleeve like a lined blazer, which would not be easily stitched.

Enter the solutions I found. This one is good for rolling/cuffing sleeves on lightweight shirts that tend to come unrolled too easily. I have used them a few times already and they work great! One side is sort of a non-slip material surface so they stay put really well.


And this one is great for keeping a sleeve scrunched — you can hide the bracelet-type stretchy bands by simply arranging the fabric above it to fold down over it. I found them pretty comfortable trying them on — it’s too warm for jackets at the moment so I’ll really get more of a test run out of them in the fall.

Shirt Sleeve Holders Metal... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09M.....b_ap_share

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