Added Dec 3, 2007
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Hip yoke pockets
Position the pocket pouches onto the front pant piece, the right sides facing. Baste the pocket opening edges on top of each other (seam 1), cut back the allowances and notch. Fold pocket pouch to the inside, baste. Press edge, stitch narrowly .”(0.7cm) wide. (a)
Little pocket (piece no. 8): Press the allowances of the upper edge inside and stitch, then press the other allowances inside (b). Baste the pocket, the marked lines meeting, onto the right haunch yoke and stitch narrowly ©.
Pin the front pant piece onto the hip yoke, the pocket opening meets the marked line. The pocket pouch and the hip yoke are positioned on top of each other, the right sides facing. Baste pocket opening (d).
Baste the pocket pouch onto the hip yoke, being careful NOT to sew onto the front pant piece. Stitch. Neaten allowances altogether. Baste the side, upper and front edges of the hip yoke piece onto the front pant piece. Important: Cut the allowances of the front edge of the left haunch yoke at the front center (see arrow). (e)
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