Pucker Up Pockets Tutorial - pdf pattern and instructions
Pockets can be decorative as well as practical. I designed this puckered up squashy pocket as a decorative feature that could be added to any garment that has sufficient flat area in the position you want to put it.
It could be used on a jacket, dress, tunic or skirt, or any other item. It can be added to an existing ready made garment or during the process of sewing a new one.The size of the finished pocket is approximately 20cm(8”) wide at the opening and 22cm(8 1/2”) deep and instructions are given for making the pocket bigger or smaller if you wish to scale them differently.
The digital download contains 5 pages of illustrated instructions and 8 pages of pdf pattern tiles to be printed at home.
PDF sewing patterns
NO REFUNDS ON DIGITAL PRODUCTS
It’s not my policy to give refunds to purchasers who realise after buying that they can’t open the file on their particular device, for example a chromebook, ipad or tablet. Pattern files will open on a PC as they are saved in .pdf format which is read onscreen in Adobe Reader.
From a PC the PDF pattern and instruction booklets can be printed on a home printer that is connected to the PC. If you don’t have a home printer there are other options such as emailing the file directly to a copy shop or saving it on a memory stick (usb) and taking it there for printing. AO files are large paper sheets that allow the pattern to be printed without the necessity of taping multiple A4 pages together. AO files can only be printed at a copy shop on a wide format specialist printer and the business will charge a price per page for this service.
Please be aware that some browser devices such as Chromebooks, tablets and ipads have limited functionality and may not run the programs necessary for opening the file format. Sometimes apps can be installed that facilitate the necessary programs on those devices and this something you need to know in advance before buying your PDF pattern.
You can still buy a pattern even if you only have a browsing device if you’re prepared to do one of these options
• email the file to your own PC, a friends, one in a workplace or even in a public library to access the file. In a public library you'll be able to print to their printer for a price per page.
• email the file directly to a copy shop and have them print either the AO or PDF versions.