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10/12/2008

Popular Pockets...Free Patterns for you!



Some of my most popular shirts have featured my "Cigar Pocket"
and the "Angle Edge Pocket".


I get many questions about them, so while I had these pocket patterns out on the cutting table, I snapped this pic to share them with you. As you can see below, the dimensions are shown on a grid. The pocket hems are meant to have a double turn of 1", and are drafted with a 3/8" seam allowance. On the "Cigar Pocket", a one-inch slot is made by topstitching the pocket on the straight side, after the pocket is sewn to the shirt.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Andalee said...

Thanks Pam!

6:45 AM  
Blogger patsijean said...

Thanks, I bet I can adapt that cigar pocket and turn it into a "Pen" pocket. I like the shapes and they will be a welcome break from the curved hem I usually do.

1:04 AM  
Blogger Pam~Off The Cuff ~ said...

Yep Patsijean, most of my clients use that slot for pens ;)

9:25 AM  

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