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Pockets that sit in the side seam

One of my sewing buddies, if I may call her that (her real name is Linda at Remake Remodel Recycle) has given me a wonderful new way to do side seam pockets. I vaguely remember doing them like this once, but have since forgotten the details. I have reblogged it here as it is lovely!

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A Happy New Year to all! I was hoping that I might have caught up with myself by now! But I haven’t! I have a couple of posts for pocket constructions that I had almost completed, when I was making up student sample garments back in August/September so here is one of them.

The photo below shows a side seam pocket in a panelled seam of a dress. These pockets are not stitched by me! I quite often forget to take a before or after picture, but I want to be clear about the type of pocket that I’m describing, and it’s order of assembly.

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This is my preferred way to make up pockets that sit in the side seam.  I know there are other ways of sewing these, but this is how they were produced in the factory and this method gives defined, structured edges and doesn’t waste fabric!

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19 thoughts on “Pockets that sit in the side seam

  1. jvandervlugt says:

    Very nice. I don’t sew but the pockets are very flat. You need to make another pair of pants and show us this method too. 😊 Cheers.

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  2. sewingbeefabric says:

    Thanks for sharing. That’s a great way to do it. I always get so caught up in making the actual clothing I forget about things like pockets!!!

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