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pants with embroidered pockets

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Created in this Craftsy class

Machine Embroidery, Hand-Stitched Looks taught by Terry White

Use your sewing machine to add charming designs that look handmade! Terry White teaches you how to duplicate a wide variety of hand-embroidered stitches.

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Category Embroidery
Type Clothing
Technique Machine
Style Funky, Casual
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What materials did you use? embroidery treads, stabilizers

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This is a free motion embroidery. I could not find a machine design I like. Tried to make both flowers as symmetrical as possible

08/22/2014 Flag

They are so pretty! Did you embroider it on the pocket and the pants fabric together, so the pocket won't open, or did you remove the pocket to do the stitching? Boy Scout patches often go over pockets and fabric underneath, sewing the pockets shut. It seemed odd to me. So I wonder how you did yours, and whether you are happy with that method.

11/09/2014 Flag

Thank you, Mary! Since I made those pants myself, I plan ahead. I made embroidery even before I cut pockets out of fabric - I just countered pockets pattern with the piece of dry old soap with all seam allowances, hooped, embroidered, then cut them out and sew into the seam, so pockets are fully functional.

11/14/2014 Flag

So pretty!

03/27/2015 Flag