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Place one fabric flap each onto a lining flap, right sides facing. Pin edges according to the drawing and
stitch. Trim seam allowances, cut edges diagonally. Turn flaps. Pin edges, iron and stitch neatly. Add in
BUTTON HOLE. (a)
Pin the flap with the upper end right sides facing onto the hip yoke piece (seam number 6). Pin the pocket above the flap. The seam allowances of the pocket and the hip yoke pieces should overlap at the flap (arrows). Stitch edges onto each other, taking in the flap. Trim seam allowances. Iron flap and pocket downward, seam allowances
Stitch the second pocket right sides facing onto them pocket opening of the front skirt piece. Pin pocket toward the inside. Iron edge. ©
Place the flap up. Pin the pocket opening at the flap base seam onto the pocket. Stitch the lower edges of the pocket right sides facing onto each other (d). Pin the side pocket edges onto the skirt (e).
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