How do you put a pocket in knitting?
Work the pocket lining as follows: Place the held garment stitches at each side of the pocket onto your needle. Pick up and knit one stitch for each pocket stitch along the wrong side of the base of the pocket. Work even on all stitches to the top of the pocket.
How do you sew a cardigan pocket?
Sewing an easy cardigan pocket
- Cut a pocket piece that has the same width as the front bodice piece you’ll add it to.
- Fold and press the pocket opening.
- Stitch the pocket opening.
- Attach the pocket to the front bodice piece.
- Sew together the side seams.
- Overcast or serge the hem.
- Fold the hem seam allowance inwards.
What is a whip stitch in sewing by hand?
A whip stitch is a simple sewing stitch that is used in crocheting, knitting and sewing, and in which the needle is passed in and out of the fabric in a series of stitches that circle an edge of the fabric. It is similar to the blanket stitch as it is a form of hand sewing stitch that helps in finishing edges.
What is inseam pocket?
Inseam pockets are the type of pockets that are hidden in a seam of your garment and are entirely enclosed by the outer layers, leaving no visible edges, stitching lines etc. They are primarily, though not exclusively, used on dresses, skirts and some pants.
What is a welt pocket?
Welt pockets are either found on the front of a man’s tailored jacket, with a handkerchief tucked in to them, or on the reverse of a pair of jeans. They are bound, flat pockets that have finished with a welt or reinforced border along the edge of a piece of fabric.
What is a mattress stitch?
The Mattress Stitch is a finishing technique for vertical seaming. It creates an invisible join between pieces worked in stockinette stitch or ribbing, perfect for so many things, such as sewing the front and back of a sweater together.
Can you add pockets to a dress?
Your dress needs to have side seams. You’ll need rip open the side seams to add in the pockets. Make sure your dress has a large enough seam allowance to add in pockets. A seam allowance is the area between the edge of the fabric and the stitching on the dress.