Step 4: Pocket 2

To make the pocket, I had to cut the cloth larger than the size of the pocket.

After ensuring which side is front side, I secured the lower border of the upper two pockets using tape.

I flipped it over and after putting the pocket cloth pieces in order (ALL 3 OF THEM), I folded the sides that were jutting out.

Secured everything with tape, making sure that the upper border is loose enough to let the fingers in (or else how would we take out the things we put in)

I also made sure that the middle pocket, which is inverted when folded, is long enough that it's upper border folds on itself.
Very cute idea!
Very clever! This is a practical solution! Thanks for sharing! Sunshiine
Thanks! I'm happy that you liked it.
Clever. It looks very sturdy, and requires no sewing!

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