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"Sew-On" Deep Shirt Pocket
You can sew a shirt pocket on your T-shirt, sweatshirt or jacket using a pattern from Robert Wallrath of Houston, Texas.
    “The pocket I use is deeper and wider than the pockets found on most shirts,” says Wallrath. “It measures 5 in. deep and 4 3/4 in. wide and has a 3/4-in. wide top overlay.
    “The pocket is deep enough to hold pencils, markers and eyeglasses. My wife made the pocket shown in the photo from an old T-shirt.”
    Wallrath makes the pattern available for a fee of $3.
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Robert O. Wallrath, 7422 Nodding Pines Ln., Houston, Texas 77044 (ph 713 614-5538).

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2014 - Volume #38, Issue #3