How to sew a welt pocket opening. . .

by Sewing Pro on January 3, 2011

Wondering how to sew a welt pocket opening?

If you don't know what a welt pocket is, it's a pocket on a vest or coat with a single strip of matching fabric. Of course, you can actually put it on any garmet you want to.

Another Definition: An inset pocket with the lower lip finished by an upstanding welt that may be from 3/8” to 1” wide. It can have one or two lips finishing the opening edges. Used mostly in classic wear. Usually found as the chest pocket of a jacket or a coat.

Context: In traditional men’s wear tailoring, the welt pocket is used only as a breast pocket, but in women’s wear it may be used anywhere and inserted at any angle.

Here's a video telling you how to sew one. . .

FINALY A MADE IT HERE IS HOW YOU CAN SEW A WELT POCKET OPENING

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