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Patch Pockets Overlapping Side Seam

This video was recorded using version 2021.2.

To add a patch pocket, add internal lines to the patterns where the pocket is stitched. For a regular patch pocket, place the pocket pattern on top and trace the edges as an internal line. To stitch a pocket to two pieces, add internal lines to both patterns.

For example, to add a patch pocket along the side seam, trace the internal lines on both the front and back pattern.

To add a patch pocket, here are some techniques to use:

  • For easy stitching, add notches and corner points to split the pocket edges .

  • Use the Gizmo to rotate the pocket pattern before tracing, and change the pivot point if needed. Use the pocket grain line as a guide for rotation.

  • To shorten an internal line, add a point (using the Pen tool) where you want the line to end. Then, delete all the points that are past that new point that you have added.

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