Added Dec 3, 2007
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Pockets / back pant pieces
Right pocket (pos. 11 and 12)
Stitch piece no. 12 onto piece no. 11 (the right sides facing) until you reach the corner. Cut in the corner of piece 11 (see arrow). Stitch piece 12 until you reach the lateral edge (3a). Trim allowances, fold and press piece no.11inwards. Stitch seam narrowly, approximately _” (0.7cm). Stitch piece no. 12 crossover as demonstrated on the picture. Cut the allowances of the lateral and lower edge back to _” (1cm), neaten. (a)
Neaten the allowances of the upper pocket edge, fold and press inwards. Stitch upper edge _” (1cm) wide. Fold and baste the allowances of the lateral and lower edges, press. (b)
Baste the pocket, meeting the marked line, onto the right back pant piece. Stitch narrowly, _” (0.7cm) wide. ©
Take pieces 9 and 10 and cut the allowances of the upper edge back to _” (1cm) of width. Neaten, fold and baste. Press edges. Piece 10 needs to be stitched _” (0.7cm) wide.
Baste piece 9 onto piece 10 along the marked line (seam 8). Stitch the edge _” (0.7cm) wide, enclose piece 10. Neaten the allowances of the lateral and lower edges, fold and baste, press. Baste the pocket that meets the marked lines, onto the left back pant piece, stitch narrowly and _” (0.7cm) wide. (d)
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