Tutorial: Replace a torn coat pocketWhen a pocket gets a tear, the lightweight fabric often starts shredding and won’t hold a new seam.  Or at least, you’d have to come in so far from the edge with your new seam that you’d end up shrinking your pocket to a less than useful size.  Lynette from Running With Scissors shows you can replace the pocket altogether.  Go to Running With Scissors for her tute.

[photo from Running With Scissors]

By Anne Weaver




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  1. persia on February 12, 2014 6:10 am

    Hah perfect as I just did this last week and needed to find out how to fix it! Thanks.

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