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Popular from the 17th to the 19th centuries, tie-on waist pockets were an essential accessory to a woman’s wardrobe. Making a pocket was a skill learned at an early age, part of the progression from girlhood to adulthood. A very portable project, it could be easily picked up at odd or stolen moments, alone or with others.
This tie-on pocket is a perfect addition to a modern day wardrobe. It may no longer contain a nutmeg grater or lock of hair, but it is the ideal spot for a smart phone. It is a simple hand-stitched project to steal away a bit of treasured time.
This is a hand sewing project, though you may wish to machine stitch the outer seam.
Approximate finished dimensions: 8" wide x 10.5" tall with a 5" deep pocket opening. (20cm x 27cm x 12.7cm)
Supplies Needed:• (2) 9“ x 11” [23cm x 28cm] pieces of medium to heavy-weight linen or lightweight cotton canvas. Vintage linen tablecloths or runners/napkins can also make great pockets