Pockets Applique Machine Embroidery

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Pockets Applique Machine Embroidery Pattern


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Embroidery: Pockets Applique Machine Embroidery
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Machine Embroidery

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knowledge of basic applique & unzipping files

Pattern Description:

I just love the idea of an applique pocket!
I wanted a 'unique' pocket, and I wanted more than one style :)
Each pocket has its own unique flair on the bottom

I designed these to be completely done in the hoop,
You can add a monogram, or just have the pocket by itself.

These fantastic designs have versatility for any item!
This is NOT a 'Faux' pocket, this is the REAL pocket!

What fun to showcase that 'perfect' piece of fabric.
Wonderful on left chest shirts, or even on bags too!
Explore your creativity with 6 different pockets.

Each design is for 4x4 hoop or larger.
These are designed to fit in a 4 x 4 ,
the width will vary from 3.50" to 3.75", pending the pocket used.
The height of each is no greater than 3.75"

Be sure to add the "POCKET APPLIQUE TUTORIAL to your cart also!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • See photo for measurements


  • Scissors, and water soluble glue stick (optional)

You Will Also Need:

  • Scissors

About Designer

About Designer

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I started in machine embroidery many years ago.
I fell in love with all the wonderful threads, designs, and fabric.
I am inspired by many things, wonderful people, and great conversation!

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