Sewspire Sewing Recipe 003: Piped Side Pocket Panel

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My name is Andrea and this is my sewing instruction and inspiration blog. If you are just joining us — welcome! I hope you enjoy the content and will consider subscribing to the YouTube channel. If you are a returning visitor, I thank you for your continued interest in my designs and methodology! It is my pleasure to create for this community and I am so happy to be here with you today.

In this video we are playing with piping to create a sloped side pocket panel that is perfect for exterior pockets and can be used with the T Method of construction which allows for an independent side panel as opposed to the Notched or Fat Corner Method which as a side seam.

We are getting close to completing the panels for this particular bag and I am excited to see it come together! Please let me know in the video comments what you think of my piping method and if you will be incorporating this pocket recipe into a future design.

Until we meet again, the creative genius in me will be celebrating the creative genius in you!

🙏 Andrea

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Hey y’all and welcome to Sewspire! My name is Andrea and this is my sewing instruction and inspiration blog. If you are just joining us — welcome! I hope you enjoy the content and will consider subscribing to the YouTube channel. If you are a returning visitor, I thank you for your continued interest in… Read More