Friday, July 24, 2009

Jean Pool - Back Pockets Part II

Using the suggestions from the 1981 Palmer/Pletsch pattern I went on a hunt for potential back pocket designs. Of course, I did the easiest thing: I googled "back pocket designs". Here's what I came up with as potential designs for the jeans I'm making from M5515. This pattern does not have back pockets so I used the back pocket pattern from the 1981 Palmer/Pletsch pattern.

Potential Designs:



Copied lines to pocket using tracing wheel and paper:



Went over lines with tailor pencil:



Next Sewing the design onto the pockets.

Stay tuned!
C

11 comments:

gwensews said...

That's a great place to put your own designer touch to your jeans. It's fun to play around with pocket designs.

Ivalyn "Tee" Jones-Actie said...

That design would look really great if you put a decorative thread in the bobbin and sewed it right side down! I just saw an article on that technique somewhere.

gold said...

That is going to be cute! Can't wait to see it.

Cennetta said...

Ivalyn, Thanks for the suggestion.

Cennetta said...

It is fun adding a design to the pockets. I'm working on finishing the seam allowances this afternoon. We will see how much I get done.

Susan said...

What a fabulous idea. I need to attempt to make jeans first, but will remember adding a design to the pockets.

Cindy said...

I like it! Can't wait to see them completed.

Nancy K said...

Nice touch!

Trudy Callan said...

That's really cool that you are making your own design on your pockets. I'm sure it will look great.

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alethia said...

I am looking forward to see how you are going to finish the pockets. I am going to add making a pair of jeans to my sewing dream list.

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