Sunday, September 7, 2014

Tee-Shirt Lace Pocket

Another plain shirt made fabulous! This is simple, quick, easy, and perks up plain shirts so well!

Take a normal tee-shirt. Any color, any cut.

Take some lace. The kind I used is about four inches wide.

Cut a five-inch piece of said lace. You want the pocket itself to be four inches across, and I personally like wiggle room when sewing with lace.

Sew up the sides, but leave a bit at the end. This is so when you fold the bottom up on the pocket, the three seams will match in the corners.

Leave about an inch.

Fold the corner in.

Then fold the bottom up over the folded corner.

Finish sewing up the bottom, then pin into place.

Sew along the same lines as before.


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