Added Mar 12, 2008
Cut two big pocket pieces out of your contrast fabric. The size of the pockets is up to you, they just need to be slighty longer than the length of the welt, the top pocket piece will need to be longer Place your pocket pieces right side down with the edges aligned with the pocket's center line. Stitch the pockets to the garment along the edges of marked pocket line. For the lower pocket piece, you will stitch over the seam connecting the welt to the garment (with raw edges of welt and pocket piece aligned).
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