A new style, called TRUCK STOP TOP (pattern coming soon), includes the attachment of a jersey binding with rolled edge, here's how you do it....
1. Measure around each of the openings.
2. Cut enough strips of the jersey fabric to go around each opening without joins, in this case I cut my strips 3cm wide. You can cut across the fabric or in line with the selvedge, I usually go with which ever direction will give me the most roll.
3. With the wrong side of the binding facing the right side of garment overlock both together stretching the binding slightly as you go. The garment underneath should not be stretched. (Some jersey fabrics will naturally roll toward the right side, if so overlock with right sides together)
4. Press the seam toward the body. Give the raw edges a good blast of steam and you should end up with something like this.