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Tutorial: How to add a pocket to the Dulce

Posted on | Melissa | 1 Comment

We asked our ambassadors to modify our patterns so you can get more use out of them. By Mykikou has added a cute treasure pocket to the Dulce. Follow the directions below, and do not forget to show us your result in our Facebook group or tag us on IG (@Sofilantjes_anne).

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1- I draw the pocket on the front.
2- I transfer and cut out the pocket.
3- I cut out the opening of the pocket on the front.

4- I calculate the pocket edge band.
5- I cut the pocket edge band, the front with the pocket opening and the pocket.
6- I fold the pocket edge strip right sides together and pin it on the pocket opening starting with the ends and the middle.

7- I assemble the pocket edge strip and the front.
I topstitch.
8- I place the pocket pattern and trace with a soap (or erasable pencil) the shape of the pocket on the front.
9- I place the pocket under the front (right side up). I pin then sew the pocket on my tracing with a decorative stretch stitch or with the sealer.

10- I join the edges of the pocket to the front at 5 mm.
11- I can add a label, a ribbon, or an appliqué to personalize more.
12- I finish assembling Dulce following the tutorial. Dulce is finished!


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