7 edition of Sew any patch pocket found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 115) and index.
|Statement||Claire B. Shaeffer.|
|LC Classifications||TT560 .S53 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||91068104|
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The title says it all. This book shows how to make an array of different patch style pockets that can be worked added to any skirt/top/shorts etc pattern. If you are the type of person that likes to take different elements and put them together to make your own styles this book is a great resource/5(4).
out of 5 stars Companion to Sew Any Patch Pocket. Reviewed in the United States on Ap Verified Purchase. If you have one, you need the other. Together they form a comprehensive encyclopedia of pocket making. The author provides clear instructions and diagrams and sometimes lists the inspiration for a particular pocket.
I do /5(5). The way I sew on a patch pocket isn't groundbreaking in any way, and it is the way most people seem to do it too. But if this is a new skill to you, there are some good pointers that can elevate a simple patch pocket to a well-sewn one.
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Free shipping for many products. Did you think sewing on patch pockets is the easiest sewing task ever. You’re right. However, there are details to consider when applying one. I bet you didn’t know that there’s an entire book dedicated Sew any patch pocket book the patch pocket, authored by Claire Shaeffer.
It’s called “Sew Any Patch Pocket”. The publisher seems to be no longer in business. This one required yellow thread. Use a small straight stitch and trace the border of the patch with your stitching. You will be able to use your sewing machine above and around the pockets, on the back (but I've never put any there), and on the upper sleeve like this.
Using the free-arm on your machine (if you have one) helps. Go slowly. Sew any patch pocket by Shaeffer, Claire B. Publication date Topics Pockets Publisher Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.
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Publish your book with B&N. Learn Pages: to Attach Patch Pockets Without Topstitching Learn the magic of attaching patch pockets invisibly by machine. - bluff pocketLearn the magic of attaching patch pockets invisibly by machine. Patch Pockets, made to appear "smoother" around the edges This is an example of a patch pocket.
One of America's foremost sewing experts, presents 50 forms of patch pockets. Your will learn to duplicate what you see in ready-to-wear, form the basic shirt pocket to military bellows pockets.
This book is perfect for you, the busy sewer who has little time, but who desires the latest fashion. Now you can sew an easy, fast outfit and bring instant pizzazz by adding an interesting pocket.
A Patch pocket is the most easy pocket to sew on your are stitched to the fabric face like you sew a patch. We use the sewing machine stitches to attach patch pockets to the garment. But you can also hand sew them to your clothes. Other than the convenience of a good pocket, they provide a design element to your garment as well.
Over Free Purse Sewing Patterns at I love sewing my own purses. There's nothing better than having the perfect purse because you customized it for yourself. Plus, there's the undeniable thrill of using a cute fabric to sew a completely unique purse.
By the way, Claire this one is a companion book to the original, “Sew Any Patch Pocket”, which I should also scour the pages of; there might be some missed gem in there.
I never thought that there could be entire books written about just pockets, did you. Awesome Patch Pocket - The Smarter Way - Itch To Stitch The smarter way to sew a patch pocket.
(Hint: it involves using a lining. How to Make a Gathered Skirt - A Tutorial - Craft & Patterns The smart way to attach a patch pocket. Click for the full tutorial on creating a crisp, lined and professional looking patch pocket you can add to any.
If you can find Claire Shaeffer's book, "Sew Any Patch Pocket", there's a nice section in there on inside stitched pockets, aka bluff pockets.
They're easier to do with a foot that lets you sew near the edge, like a zipper foot. Take one of the pocket pieces and place it, right sides together, on your garment. Match the straight side of the pocket to the edge of the garment and the top of the pocket to the notch; pin in place.
Repeat with the other pocket piece. Start Stitching. Stitch the pocket in place with a ⅜" seam allowance. Using a slightly smaller seam. Book Accessories Children's Books Art & Photography Books 24Pcs 7X5cm Embroidered Sew On Patches Iron On Butterfly Transfer Fabric Clothes Applique-Butterfly Embroidered Iron on Sew On Patch Badge Lulangcrafts.
From shop Lulangcrafts. out of 5 stars () reviews $ Download the Charming Pocket Apron Template; How to Sew the Charming Pocket Apron. Cut two (2) 12” x 10” rectangles of gray cotton for the pocket.
Stitch designs on one square for the pocket as you desire. With right sides together, sew all the way around leaving a gap for turning. After stitching, turn the pocket right side out and press.
Step 5: Pin your piping to your turned under edges (this step is optional, you can sew on your piping without pinning). For one pocket I added two rows of piping adding another dimension to my pocket. Step 6: Using your zipper foot secure the piping to the turned under edges by stitching as close the the edge towards the piping as possible.
Smooth the second pocket back along the Soft and Stable and sew close to the seam. Continue sewing lines of quilting on the second pocket.
Repeat these steps with the middle pocket (10'' x 14 1/2''), the next small pocket, and the last pocket. Trim away any fabric at the end if need be. Cut a piece of binding to fit the top of the pocket piece. Author of The complete book of sewing shortcuts, Fabric sewing guide, Couture sewing techniques, High Fashion Sewing Secrets from the World's Best Designers, Sew successful, Sew any set-in pocket, Fabric Sewing Guide, Patterns to Accompany Sewing for the Apparel Industry.
Sew along the open edge of the bias tape. Optionally, also sew along the outer edge of the top curve so you’ll have 2 lines of stitching that will match the bottom curve after step 3. Place the pocket pieces on the front piece of the skirt, lining the pocket up with the top and side edges before you assemble the skirt.
It really is a very simple way to make a Patch Pocket, it is even easy to match checks from Pocket onto the jacket. The self Pocket fabric is cut with a hem at the top, then the two lining layers are cut to sew onto that hem, but, only one layer is stitched to the pocket, the second layer has it’s seam allowance pressed over, ready to be.
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How to Sew a Reading Pocket Pillow. EASY Reading Pillow Pattern. Pom Pom Patchwork Pillow Pattern. About Author. Melissa Mortenson. Melissa Mortenson is the author of the Polka Dot Chair blog which has been sharing fresh and creative ideas with readers since She is the author of “Project Teen, Handmade Gifts your Teen will Actually Love.
Book now. Kia ora, thanks for sewing these up for us. Turn out corners and press all edges to create pocket. Sew across top hem. Place pockets approx 10cm from bottom and 6cm from side seam. Stitch pockets on. Repeat patch pocket from TOP and attach. Sew 1/8″ seam around thee outside edges of pocket perimeter to secure in place.
Place pocket pieces Right Sides Together and sew 1/4″ seam along perimeter, leaving opening on back cover to turn.
Sew a running stitch of perle cotton on back cover of needle book on three sides to close opening and add decorative touch. Center two wool 5 1/2. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Companion to "Sew any patch pocket." Includes index. Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. 30 Couture: Sew Any Patch Pocket (Claire B.
Shaeffer) Covers many variations of patch pockets (however neither Diane nor I was able to find directions for the pocket on the front cover!).
I found layout slightly ackward, but reasonable and not too repetitive. The third section of the book includes all of the directions that apply to all pockets.
Fully lining a pocket is especially useful for odd-shaped patch pockets - it tucks the raw edges away forever. I hardly ever use this method for regular shapes like rectangles, because it's just extra time for something unnecessary. But suppose you were, I dunno, feeling whimsical, and wanted to sew, say, a tulip-shaped patch pocket.
Patch pockets are, by definition, any pocket made by taking a piece of fabric and sewing it onto the outside of a garment. Most of the perimeter of this piece is sewn closed, leaving a small portion (usually the top edge) open for inserting a hand.
But you can use any colour or type of thread you like, in any stitch you fancy. Most pocket backs are completely plain. After all, no one is going to see them. Sew it together. When the embroidery is finished, cut about 1 cm around the outside of the pocket shape; Cut the opening in the front of the pocket.
Last week we covered how to sew a standard placket, hidden placket and tunic or popover placket for our Kalle Shirt & Shirtdress week we’ll assemble the body, and today’s post will focus on sewing the optional patch pocket.
The construction of this pocket is a little different than the traditional shirt pocket due to the pointed flap at the top. The complete book of sewing shortcuts. Claire B. Shaeffer $ - $ Sew Any Fabric: A Quick Reference Guide to Fabrics from A to Z. Claire B. Shaeffer $ - $ Sew Any Patch Pocket.
Claire B. Shaeffer $ - $ Sew a Beautiful Gift. Claire B. Shaeffer $ - $ Couture Sewing: The Couture Cardigan Jacket: Sewing. Free Purse & Handbag Patterns - Over Designs. when cutting out your fabric pieces. A piece that’s cut just a tiny bit off – a bit. your finished bag or result in pieces that don’t fit together right.
(instead of relying on the edge of your fabric as a guide as you sew). Place the large pocket on the caddy panel 1″ up from the bottom raw edge of the panel. Pin in place across the bottom edge.
NOTE: The folded edge of the pocket panel is the bottom of the pocket. If you are using a directional fabric, make sure you flip. Fold the pocket to outer panel of backpack in half, to find centers. Pin at upper edge of centers. Center and pin patch pocket, right side up, with upper edge of pocket approximately 4″ from upper edge of backpack panel.
Stitch sides and lower edge of pocket, guiding fabric along edge of presser foot, and pivoting at corners. Sherri from Thread Riding Hood shows how she made a zippered patch pocket.
You can add the large zippered pocket to a bag. The edges are all finished so it looks nice enough to be on the outside. The zipper across the top will help make sure everything stays safe and sound inside your : Anne Weaver. If you're looking to add a pocket to a newly tailored skirt or as a replacement on your favorite pair of trousers, then the Dritz Sew-In Side Pocket is a great choice.
The package includes one sew-in side pocket that is perfect for your sewing requirements. You can attach this pocket to. It’s a scary proposition to cut a welt pocket opening through an almost-finished garment.
Instead, try adding a welt pocket on a patch pocket. Watch this Threads Essential Techniques video tutorial to learn an easy, expert way to cut the welt opening without cutting through your garment.It’s just a guess, but we think you may have a stash of 5-inch fabric squares, charm squares, or stackers.
The NEW! Adventures with 5-inch Fabric Squares book by Mary Mulari includes lots of ideas for turning the fabric squares into nifty projects that are both useful and clever AND easy to .